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Apple is reportedly one of United’s best customers, and now it may be helping the airline revamp its terminal at San Francisco Airport
United Airlines is discussing a partnership with Apple to fix up its San Francisco International Airport terminal, according to Bloomberg.
Adam Neumann is reportedly getting a $1.7 billion ‘golden parachute’ — here are 6 more ousted execs who received millions
"Getting the genie back into the bottle would be very difficult at this point," the USC business professor Peer Fiss said of golden parachutes.
Business Insider asked eight flight attendants which airport was their favorite. They work for airlines including United Airlines and Delta Air Lines.
Airlines are scrambling to work out how to tell passengers they’re flying on a 737 Max when it finally returns to service and how to avoid the &...
Some travelers want to avoid the Boeing 737 Max. Some airlines will let them swap planes, but they're deciding when and how to reveal the plane type.
A United Airlines passenger wore a shirt that referenced lynching journalists, worrying other passengers and raising a debate over threats on planes
Another passenger complained to the flight crew that he considered the shirt a threat, but United allowed the man to fly with the T-shirt anyway.
The United Explorer Business Card offers a lot in return for its $95 annual fee. It's also running an elevated sign-up bonus of up to 100,000 miles.
United Airlines joined American and Southwest in cancelling 737 Max flights until January 2020. The grounding is expected to lift by the end of 2019.
We compared the most popular credit cards from the big US airlines: American, United, and Delta. See if it's worth having an airline credit card.
A passenger filmed the engine cover coming off a United Airlines plane, which was forced to turn back to the airport
United Airlines flight 293 had to turn back to Denver International Airport over what United called a "mechanical issue with one of the engines."
You might call it an involuntary seat change, to put it one way.