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More Info About United Flights

If you can’t remember the last holiday you took, you’re doing it all wrong. You’re meant to be basking at the beach or painting the town red in a new city, not sitting at your desk staring at the clock. You’re better than that! Go on, wag work and take a holiday with United Airlines.

United Airlines will take you practically anywhere. The airline flies nearly 5,000 flights a day to 353 airports across the globe. Though they’re headquartered at O’Hare International Airport, they also have hubs in Denver, Guam, Houston, Los Angeles, Newark, San Francisco, Tokyo and Washington, D.C. They say they have the world’s most comprehensive route network, and we can’t argue with that. 

Choose your cabin wisely
Let’s talk about cabins. You’ve got your standard economy option, but you can also choose United Airlines Economy Plus. Did somebody say more legroom? With Economy Plus, you can score up to 15cm of extra legroom, and on a long flight, you’ll feel like you won the jackpot. 

For more bells and whistles, try United Airlines Business Class. On the ground, that means speedier security lines and check-in process, and in the sky, that means spacious seats, more storage space, in-flight entertainment and complimentary beverages. With a business class ticket, you also up your United Airline baggage allowances to two bags, free of charge. 

More flights, more perks
United is part of the Star Alliance, which includes airlines like Air New Zealand, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines and Air Canada. The United Airlines alliance means you get more flights to more destinations. You also get even more United Airlines frequent flyer partners. Fly on any of their 28 airline partners and you can rack up points toward flight upgrades, such as bag allowances, priority check-in, drink vouchers and more.