United Airlines (UA) - Airfares
About United Airlines
United Airlines operate daily flights from Sydney and Melbourne to both San Francisco and Los Angeles, with connections to over 300 destinations across the Americas. United also operates a twice-weekly service from Cairns to Guam.
The three-cabin Boeing 777s have a total of 269 seats – eight in Global First, 40 in BusinessFirst and 221 in Economy, including 113 Economy Plus seats with added legroom and increased personal space.
Customers travelling in United Economy enjoy personal on-demand entertainment system, with up to 150 movies, 185 television shows, thousands of songs, 20 interactive video games, and even audiobooks. In-seat power outlets are available throughout United Economy.
Customers travelling in United BusinessFirst and United Global First enjoy 180° flat-bed seating, personal on-demand entertainment with more than 150-hours of movies and TV programs on a 15.4-inch video monitor, and Apple iPod connectivity.
Customers traveling in premium cabins on long-haul international flights will notice United’s new menu options and new premium amenity kits featuring skin care products by philosophy®. United Global First customers receive a six-course meal, including an appetizer, soup, salad with gourmet breads, entrée, cheese and fruit, and dessert. BusinessFirst features a five-course meal with an appetizer, salad with gourmet breads, entrée, cheese and fruit, and dessert.
United will introduce non-stop flights between Melbourne and its Los Angeles International Airport hub, effective Oct. 28, 2014 (eastbound), subject to government approval. The airline will use Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft to operate the six-times-weekly service. United is the North American launch customer for the 787-9 and this will be its first international deployment of the aircraft type.
United at Los Angeles International Airport
With its hub in Los Angeles, United employs more than 4,500 in the metro area. The airline operates nearly 200 daily flights to more than 65 destinations worldwide out of Los Angeles International Airport. United offers daily p.s. Premium Service transcontinental flights between Los Angeles and New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, complete with 180-degree flat-bed United BusinessFirst seats, inflight Wi-Fi and power outlets and USB outlets at every seat. In October 2014, United will launch new service from Los Angeles to Melbourne, Australia, using the Boeing 787-9. This will be the longest Dreamliner-operated flight of any carrier.
MileagePlus® is the loyalty program for the world's leading airline. Already voted the world's Best Frequent Flyer Program by Global Traveler magazine for nine years in a row, MileagePlus offers even more in 2013. More places to fly. More ways to earn and use award miles. More new features and benefits.
* Flight Processing Fee: Domestic $20.00, NZ/Pacific $40.00, International $0.00. All airlines charge varying payment and service fees which are displayed in the booking process.