United Airlines

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United Airlines
IATAICAOCallsign
UAUALUNITED
Commenced March 28, 1931[1]
AOC # CALA014A[2]
Hubs Chicago–O'Hare, Denver, Guam, Houston–Intercontinental, Los Angeles, Newark, San Francisco, Tokyo–Narita, Washington–Dulles
Focus Cities Cleveland
Alliance Star Alliance
Subsidiaries
Fleet Size 742
Company Slogan "Fly the Friendly Skies"
Parent United Continental Holdings
Headquarters Willis Tower, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Key People * Oscar Munoz, CEO[4]
Revenue Decrease US$ 36.556 billion (2016)[8]
Operating Income Decrease US$ 4.338 billion (2016)
Net Income Decrease US$ 2.263 billion (2016)
Assets Increase US$ 39.210 billion (2015)
Equity Decrease US$ 2.396 billion (2015)
Numero de Empleados 86,000 (2016)
Website united.com

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  1. The Boeing Logbook: 1927-1932. Boeing (hallch'asqa tiyaypi January 7, 2015) (p'unchaw: 3 December 2014 )
  2. Airline Certificate Information – Detail View. av-info.faa.gov. Federal Aviation Administration (August 11, 1938)
  3. 2009 Form 10-K Subdocument 8 – EX-21 – List of UAL Corporation and United Air Lines, Inc. subsidiaries. ir.united.com. UAL Corporation (February 26, 2010) (hallch'asqa tiyaypi January 14, 2011) (p'unchaw: January 13, 2011 )
  4. United Airlines Names Oscar Munoz Chief Executive Officer (September 8, 2015) (hallch'asqa tiyaypi October 16, 2015)
  5. United Poaches American Airlines President Scott Kirby (August 30, 2016)
  6. United names former Air Canada CEO Robert Milton as chairman, settles proxy dispute (September 2, 2016)
  7. News Releases
  8. Earnings Releases
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