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A United 777-200 departs Washington Dulles International Airport (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Craig Fischer)

Report: United to Update Globe Livery Acquired in Continental Merger

The United Airlines of yesteryear had always been synonymous with one symbol, the tulip. Although not of Dutch origins where the tulip was once a highly valued and speculated upon commodity, United had sported the tulip, merely consisting of four lines with curved edges, for nearly 40 years on its Battleship, Blue Tulip and Rainbow liveries. While United was flying the tulip across the globe, another airline was flying a globe across the globe, Continental Airlines. In 1991, Continental moved…

Photos: United Gives First Look at Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner

Just over two weeks after its delivery flight, United Airlines is showing off its new Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner, giving AirlineGeeks a sneak peek of what to expect from its newest aircraft. The aircraft has remained at Washington Dulles International Airport since being delivered to the airline at Boeing’s facility in…

Changes Coming to United’s Ultra-Long-Haul Route Network

In January of 2016, Chicago-based United announced they would launch a flight from their hub in San Francisco across the Pacific to the small Asian nation of Singapore. The route came as a surprise to many, especially as fellow Star Alliance member Singapore Airlines had announced they would restart flights…