Thank-goodness it’s Flyday…err Friday, everyone! In this week’s edition the 737 hits 8,000, epic Twitter fails, American Eagle becomes Envoy, and more...
By Ian Petchmo / Published April 14, 2014 The second in a series on the history of the famous Chicago hub, author Ian Petchmo goes behind the scenes to discover an airport rushed into the jet age and in a state of constant expansion. Can it take it? Miss part one? Read it here! If […]
The first Boeing 787-9 for United rolled out of the factory last night.
United is discontinuing two more routes from Cleveland, reducing an already butchered service schedule even further.
United Airlines launched its second daily flight between Houston and Tokyo Naritia early Sunday morning. Fifteen years ago, United/Continental Airlines started flying between Houston and Tokyo.
It's a busy weekend for United. On Saturday, United Airlines launched new flights between San Francisco and Taipei, and Sunday, it will launch its second daily flight between Houston and Tokyo.
United completed Wi-Fi installation on its 200th aircraft earlier this month. It is a substantial milestone for United, as it was one of the last carriers to introduce the service.
United Airlines' uploaded its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner seat map on its reservation system over the weekend.
United Airlines will begin its first Embraer E175 flights from its hub at Houston on June 15th, less than a month after its first E175 flights begin at Chicago O'Hare on May 17th. We have the details.
United will take delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 in July; to begin domestic flights in August before transitioning to international routes.
United Airlines has received tentative approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation operate flights between San Francisco and Tokyo's Haneda Airport. This comes several months after United applied for the rights to fly into Haneda in October.
Thank-goodness it’s Flyday…err Friday, everyone! In this week’s edition Qantas is up a creek, the A350 fleet doubles, discount 787s, and more...
By Jack Harty and Jason Rabinowitz / Published February 21, 2014 Thank-goodness it’s Flyday…err Friday, everyone! In this week’s edition One Left: Virgin America won four slot pairs at Washington Regan Airport this week. This announcement comes after Southwest and JetBlue both won slot pairs which...