The decision by a United gate agent to require bar two young women from a flight because they were wearing leggings has raised a significant uproar on social media this Sunday. Some accuse United of having out-of-date, sexist rules and […]
This year gave us plenty to write about in the airline space. Among all the stories of technology, regulations, profits and amenities, two aircraft interiors programs stood out as big surprises.
United Airlines is helping raise funds for disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Matthew by offering 5 million frequent flier miles in exchange for donations from the public.
United Airlines has reached an agreement for Non-Prosecution with the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of New Jersey (the “USAO”) with respect to the investigation of corruption in the deal known as, “The Chairman’s Flight”, which led to the abrupt resignation of the airline’s previous CEO, Jeff Smisek.
Competition heated up on routes between Singapore and the U.S. this week when both Singapore Airlines responded to United’s launch of service from San Francisco.
They say there’s no better position to be in than competing against yourself. Looking inward to what one can do better is far more effective than trying to out-do whatever others have done.
It sets an individual or organisation free to become their best possible self—with no pre-conceived end, no parallel goal-post, no “good enough,” only excellence.
Following the recent announcement that United Airlines President and CEO, Oscar Muñoz, will return to lead the company on March 14 after a period of convalescence from a heart transplant operation, the airline announces three new independent directors appointed to the United Board.
There selection reveals a focus by the airline on improving its access to and management of capital, strengthening its position among global carriers in the aviation political landscape, and developing an organisation at a the cutting edge of technology.
The mistake involved an error in currency conversion which only occurred on United Airlines’ localised Denmark website, and erroneously converted Danish Kroner to Dollars resulting in First class fares from the EU to the U.S. for an unbelievably low fare of $51.
United Airlines celebrated two firsts today as it took delivery of a 787-9 Dreamliner and will become the first North American airline to fly both the 787-9 and 787-9 variants of the Dreamliner when it launches service later this month. […]