21. February 2014 04:23
United Airlines has added a new feather to its cap. The commercial
airline of the United States has become the first airline in the world
to take to the skies using the advanced Split Scimitar Winglets. The
airline’s first flight with the brand new winglets departed from Houston
for its maiden flight to Los Angeles recently.
The airline operated the Boeing 737-824 N37277 aircraft between the city
pair sporting its latest possessions. These winglets use the latest
technology. The airline was earlier granted the approval by the FAA to
put these winglets in use on its Boeing 737-800 series planes. It is a
moment of pride and happiness for the entire management and the team
that worked hard to achieve this fleat.
The Chicago, Illinois based airline flies to over 370 destinations
worldwide. It is a popular name in the domestic as well as international
aviation industry. Renowned for its innovation, the airline has won
several accolades for using the technology to the best of its capacity.
Currently, the airline has fitted about 350 aircrafts with these
technically advanced winglets. The airline is in the process of wrapping
up the installation of these winglets on its 737, 757, and 767 series
planes. It then expects to save about 65 million gallons of fuel on a
yearly basis, courtesy the newly fitted winglets. This will help the
airline become one of the most environment friendly airlines in the
United States. It intends to save a total of $1 billion in fuel costs by
the end of 2017 thanks to the latest technology.
20. November 2013 06:07
United Airlines recently revamped its frequent-flier award chart bringing changes to number of miles requirements needed for some of its most popular awards. Media reports quoted Rahsaan Johnson, a spokesman of United Airlines, as saying that the airline is increasing miles requirement in some of the markets for the first time in several years. This was being done to cope up with the increased cost of providing transportation, particularly in the premium cabin and especially on the Mileage Plus partner carriers.
Johnson said that the airline was confronted with a hard decision that was also being faced by other airlines. A piquant situation had arisen before United Airlines and tough choices remained whether to increase the number of miles required for partner awards or to eliminate them altogether. He said that the airline finally arrived at a decision and concluded that its frequent-fliers would prefer to keep those options at an increased cost instead of eliminating them.
United Airlines said that it is changing the number of miles required for both its “Saver” and “Standard” level frequent-flier tickets, including those needed for domestic “stopovers”. The airline further stated that it is changing the amount of miles required to redeem awards for First and Business Class tickets on its Star Alliance partners, including Air Canada, Thai Airways, All Nippon Airways, Lufthansa and many others.
9. October 2013 05:48
United Airlines is committed to offer better services and a
comfortable flying experience to its customers. United Airlines has
recently introduced its new signature seat design promising maximum
comfort to its customers. Apart from customer comfort, the airline is
also focusing on environmental responsibility, with a modern,
United Airlines said that it would be deploying new seats on hundreds of
its aircrafts offering flights services within the United States,
Canada, Central America and the Caribbean. The new design is being
introduced with a Bombardier CRJ700 being presently operated by United
Express carrier SkyWest Airlines. The airline expects to deploy the new
look design on its domestic mainline aircraft as well as on regional
aircraft that is operated by United Express carriers. United Airlines
ultimately plans to introduce the new design on more than 60,000 seats
on more than 500 aircrafts. By 2015, the airline expects the new seat
design to be introduced on approximately 400 aircrafts.
Providing details about the new design, United Airlines said that this
includes bold elements, more ergonomic and supportive cushioning, and
additional seat-back storage space in United Economy Plus and United
21. August 2013 07:11
United Airlines, the big commercial player in the aviation business
recently inaugurated its new lounge at San Diego International Airport.
The United Club lounge opened in Terminal 2 of the airport. The lounge
is located on the Mezzanine level of the terminal. Earlier, the airline
had consolidated its business operations to the newly extended terminal.
This new lounge is set to benefit the carrier’s customers in many ways.
The sprawling 5,842 square feet United Club will facilitate the
passengers to rest in its plush interiors during transit and help cut
short their otherwise boring wait.
The new terminal is a blessing in disguise for its travelers. Customers
can now gain access to the ticketing lobby, baggage claim, shopping,
dining, and the airline’s lounge in the same terminal. This new lounge
is strategically located above the airport’s Sunset Cove, an atrium,
which offers glimpses into the natures bounties just across. Passengers
can take a refreshing break from the monotony of the tedious wait by
peeping outside to catch the panoramic views of the Point Loma seaside
neighborhood. The lounge seating in the atrium gives an option to feel
the cool breeze gently touching your face and soul. The airline has
taken care to refurbish the interiors to provide a more relaxing
The airline believes its investments will benefit the customers
traveling with it. It is committed to serve passengers worldwide and
offer the best travel experiences through lounges and onboard services.
Anyone who wishes to experience the novel facilities provided by the
carrier can book United Airlines tickets to feel the luxury from close
25. January 2013 06:12
United Airlines has announced that it has launched WiFi access on its long-haul international flights. With this addition United Airlines has become the first American carrier to offer WiFi access on long distance international flights.
The airline will be using a satellite based Panasonic Ku-band service on its transpacific and transatlantic sectors, operates by a Boeing B747. Two of United's Airbus A319 have also equipped with this new technology.
The airline plans to equip its entire fleet by the end of December 2013 with this technology.
United Airline flights passengers can choose between 'Standard" and "Accelerated" WiFi connection. Standard connection with cost between $3.99 and $14.99 depending on the total flight time, whereas Accelerated will cost between $5.99-$19.99.
13. May 2010 11:20
Travel to Europe and take the advantage of United Airlines low first class airfare saving. For taking the advantage of this special offer, all passengers purchase ticket by May 31, 2010 and travel between July 5, 2010 and September 5, 2010. Round trip purchase is required, additional taxes and fees apply.
Fare rules and restrictions:
- A sixty (60) day advance purchase is required.
- Travel is valid daily.
- Exceptions apply.
- Additional checked baggage fees may apply.
- Fares below are subject to availability and may not be valid on all flights/dates.
For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz
19. April 2010 14:31
United Airlines, a completely owned subsidiary of UAL Corporation and it operates approximately 3,300 flights per day and serve more than 230 U.S. domestic and international destinations from its hubs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Washington D.C.
United airlines declares summer travel discount to Europe with great deals on united First Class. For availing this offer, all tickets must be book by May 31, 2010.
Sample fares are -
- Chicago - Brussels $1,994
- Chicago - Amsterdam $2,094
- Washington Dulles - Geneva $2,094
All applicable taxes & fees also apply.
For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963.
10. March 2010 12:11
United Airlines declare its Europe summer sale. According to Airline guidelines –
- All outbound travel must occur between July 5th and September 5th and tickets purchase by July 7th;
- Fares are valid only for travel on Sunday through Thursday;
- Passenger’s minimum Saturday night stay is required and maximum 30 days stay is only permitted;
- Fee applicable on additional checked baggage;
- Fares may not be valid on all flights and all dates.
Sample fares shown below are each way based on required roundtrip purchase, taxes and fees applicable -
Chicago – Brussels $1,085
Chicago - Amsterdam $1,135
Los Angeles - London $1,335
Washington Dulles - Brussels $1,085
And many more……….
For more information and reservations please call Fare Buzz at 1-800-847-1963.