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Here, There, Everywhere

Going places? Great…because United is, too.

Photography United Airlines Creative Services

YOU’VE GOT PLACES TO GO. You’ve got people to see. Clients to meet in another time zone, beaches to enjoy on another continent. Skiing in the West, diving in the South Pacific, hiking to a green-sand beach in Hawaii.

For you, getting there is important. And with United, getting there is getting easier.

With some 3,300 flights a day, United is already a familiar presence in more than 200 cities around the world. And with our fellow Star Alliance members, United can take you even further, with connections to 1,071 destinations in 171 countries worldwide.

Going where you want to go means frequent service in some of the largest cities in the U.S., including Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and Denver.

And it’s only getting better.

From Asheville to Huntsville—and to Mammoth Mountain and Pensacola—United is touching down with new service in several new cities in the coming months.

Perhaps you’ve already seen Denmark, so why not visit Duluth? If you like visiting cities named London, we’ve got two to offer.

Because the world is a big place. And we want to make it smaller.


On October 27, United’s global route network added more than 60 cities when Continental Airlines joined the Star Alliance, the world’s oldest and largest airline grouping.

For United’s frequent fliers, Continental’s entry opens a world of benefits consistent with those earned on all Star Alliance carriers, including the ability to earn and redeem miles for travel throughout Continental’s network, recognition of elite status when you fly and access to Continental’s Presidents Clubs.

And United’s partnership with Continental offers you even more, like more flights to more of the places you want to go and more efficient connections in a host of airports—including Chicago O’Hare, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Frankfurt and Paris.

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