United Airlines, one of the largest airlines in terms of number of destinations served daily is a major American airline headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. United airlines cover nine airline hubs in United States, Japan and Guam. The Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport serves 16.6 million passengers annually with an average of 45,413 passengers daily. The company has over 88,500 employees with a market capitalization of over $18 billion as of September, 2014.
Operating since 1926, United Airlines is one of America's oldest carriers. Its main base and largest hub are in Chicago, but the airline also maintains busy hubs in Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington DC, which means fliers can get anywhere in the country with at most one short stop along the way. United Airlines offers flights to many international destinations worldwide and operates an extensive domestic route network with 185 daily connections from Los Angeles and San Fransicso to 57 destinations around the United States.
From extra comfortable leather seats to complimentary breakfasts and wines, United First is the ultimate stop for luxury travel. Passengers can also enjoy their favorite movies on flights with duration more than three hours. In the United Global First Class, passengers can enjoy more than 150 hours of movies, music and television programs. Seats are extremely comfortable and can be converted into fully flat beds. The menu can be customized to suit your needs and includes everything from salads, appetizers, three course meals to desserts.