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United Airlines: New Polaris business class for the world’s largest flight network

Boeing 777-300ERneu in United Airlines Farben hebt ab, Fahrwerk ist noch ausgefahren, @Copyright The Boeing Company

The figures speak for themselves: United Airlines and United Express operate more than 4,500 flights to 339 airports around the world every day. In 2016 United and United Express transported more than 143 million passengers on over 1.6 million flights.

The founding company of the Star Alliance, it is proud to be operating the world’s largest flight network with US hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington DC.  With 28 affiliated airlines, United is able to offer flights to destinations in 192 countries.

At ITB Berlin 2017 this global airline, which for more than 20 years has attended the World’s Largest Travel Trade Show, making use of it as a European business platform, will present its new United Polaris business class.

The main fleet consists of 737 airliners, while regional partner United Express operates 483 planes. The shares of the mother company United Continental Holdings, Inc. are listed under UAL on the New York Stock Exchange.

United operates up to 14 non-stop flights daily from Germany, i.e. Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg (seasonal flights) and Munich, to Chicago, Houston, New York/ EWR, San Francisco and Washington DC. United Airline connections depart US hubs for over 300 destinations in America.  [photo source The Boeing Company]

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