If you’re not a frequent short-haul flier or very big spender, then you’re likely not very happy with these United Airlines MileagePlus changes. The amount of miles you fly will no longer matter.
The partner award chart will remain in effect for travel through November 14, 2019. For travel on or after November 15, 2019, there may be flights that require a higher number of miles than the amounts indicated on the award chart. When you search for awards while booking, you’ll see the applicable award level.
United Airlines is doing something good for its loyal customers. Starting today you no longer need to worry about the expiration date of the United miles you have earned. United miles now never expire. You can see the announcement of the change on the United website: Great travel memories never expire, and now, miles don’t…
United Airlines today unveiled an expanded international schedule from its hubs in Chicago, Denver, New York/Newark and San Francisco. United’s announcement includes brand-new service to Nice, France; Palermo, Italy; and Curacao.
United Airlines wants its airport agents to be more vigilant and help monitor hidden-city ticketing. A new internal memo is asking agents to report possible cases to its corporate security department.
Earlier this week, the carrier announced it is deploying a new technology tool that it calls “ConnectionSaver,” which will help reduce the number of missed connections by automatically holding certain flights until connecting passengers arrive.
The plane was flying from Hawaii to Majuro, the capital of the Marshall Islands. But, it was forced to turn back to Honolulu on Sunday, soon after taking off from Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
Starting November 15, 2019, United Airlines is getting rid of its award chart and moving to a dynamic pricing model. The carrier is switching to a system that prices award seats based on demand and cash price, rather than specific tiers.
Three families, who were traveling internationally, stated that they had ‘paid for’ first class tickets, but they were on non-revenue reservations and were unable to provide the names of the employees who had provided the tickets.