United Airlines has announced the addition of Brisbane to its network, making it the third destination for United in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne. With this, United has become the first US airline to add a transpacific destination since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
United has unveiled new Amenity Kits designed by global travel lifestyle brand Away.
United has announced the opening of the largest United Club in the United States.
United has announced that it will resume nonstop flights between San Francisco and Melbourne.
Star Alliance members United and Singapore Airlines have announced that they have expanded their codeshare agreements to include 19 new destinations, making it easier for passengers of both airlines to travel to more cities in the United States of America, South East Asia and other destinations in the Asia-Pacific region in one single itinerary.
The government of India has finally decided to resume scheduled international flights starting today after 2 years.
United Airlines, which operates 4 flights a day to India, has announced that it is temporarily suspending two routes to India as the airline will not use Russian airspace anymore.
United Airlines has announced that it will resume flights from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport to Munich International Airport and Amsterdam’s Schiphol International Airport on 26th March 2022. Flights to Munich will be operated daily by a Boeing B767 aircraft while flights to Amsterdam will be operated daily by a Boeing B777 aircraft. Both the […]
United Airlines has announced that it has become the largest airline to invest in zero-emission, hydrogen-electric engines for regional aircraft. This is the latest move by the airline toward achieving its goal to be 100% green by reducing its GHG emissions 100% by 2050, without relying on traditional carbon offsets.
United will today operate what it says an ‘unprecedented’ flight ‘that will serve as a turning point in the industry’s effort to combat climate change: for the first time in aviation history, a commercial carrier will fly an aircraft full of passengers using 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)’.