Before booking your United Airlines flight, please read the Travel informations about baggage, check-in and other particular rules and charges applied by United Airlines on changing or cancelling a booking. Remember requests to change a booking are only accepted by telephone.
United Air Lines, operating as United Airlines, is an American airline headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. United Airlines is one of the world's largest airlines carrying passengers to over 260 destinations in 170 countries.
In May 2010, Continental Airlines and United Airlines signed a stock-swap deal in order to combine the two companies into second largest airline in fleet size and destinations after Delta Air Lines. The new airline will keep the name of United Airlines, Continental's logo and the headquarters in Chicago, hometown of United Airlines.
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