The airline is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois at the Willis Tower and is commonly known as Flying Together
United Airlines. In addition to operating routes in the United States and abroad, the United States operates routes on several continents. In terms of fleet size and routes, the airline ranks third in the world.


So it happened in the world of aviation that most of the big airlines whose planes still fly in the sky emerged after 1945, after the end of World War II. However, there are rare exceptions to this list: they are true “veterans” whose history began much earlier. Among them is United Airlines, the global airline founded in 1926.

As the United States began to develop civil aviation relatively early on, it is not surprising that this airline was destined to be a “pioneer” in many areas of aviation, starting with the introduction of hot meals for travelers and the position of world assistant. fly in and end up with a really brilliant idea of ​​starting a global alliance of Star Alliance airlines.

United has eight hubs, with Chicago-O’Hare the largest in terms of passengers carried and the number of departures. With 28 member airlines worldwide, it is a founding member of the Star Alliance, the world’s largest airline alliance. Regional traffic is managed by independent airlines under the United Express brand. United was founded in the late 1920s by the merger of several airlines, the oldest of which is Varney Air Lines, founded in 1926.

United Airlines, which operates in the United States as well as worldwide, is one of the world’s largest airlines. This company managed to become one of the largest airlines in the world after merging with Continental Airlines in 2010. Together, they not only increased their technical and administrative resources but also began to improve passenger service and safety concerns.