United Airlines Business Class
Founded in 1926, United Airlines is one of the major airlines of the United States. It is one of the biggest airlines of the world with a fleet of 356 aircraft and 86, 852 employees. The corporate headquarter of the airline is located in Chicago whereas Denver International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Narita International Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, O’Hare International Airport and San Francisco International Airport serve as the main hubs for United Airlines. MileagePlus is the frequent flyer program offered to United’s passengers.
The slogan of the airline is “You’re going to like where we will land”. United Airways has Codeshare agreements with Island Air, Jet Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates Airways, Gulfstream International Airlines, Aer Lingus, Avianca, Great Lakes Aviation, Hawaiian Airlines and TACA Airlines in addition to United Partnership and Star Alliance codeshare agreements.
United Airlines serves three distinctive travel classes: Business Class, First Class and Economy Class. These travel services are further divided into sub-classes depending upon the distance of the flight, carrier and destination. “United First” seats of First class are available on all carriers. They have an access to separate counters. On-board privileges include special beverages, table linens and five different meal options to choose from.
The passengers are also provided with additional services while boarding the plane in terms of baggage handling and access to the First Class International Lounge. In addition, the First Class Lounge also offers self-serve bar and snacks for the passengers. There are currently 7 First Class International Lounges at 7 different airports worldwide. United Arrivals Suites service is available at these lounges offering a complimentary breakfast and showering facilities.