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United Airlines Houston Office Contact Details

United Airlines Inc, or mostly known by its callsign UNITED, is one of the biggest airline company of the United States and world’s third largest airlines concerning its revenue. United Airlines is also part of 28 members which are the alliance of Star Alliance, making it the world’s largest airlines Alliance. The company shares nine different hubs with its headquarters located in Chicago’s Willis Tower. The company operates in 342 different locations having almost 754 fleets operated by more than 88000 employees worldwide. The company was started its business in 6th of April in 1926 and commenced its operation in 28th of March in 1931. Currently, the company is running a successful business by generating the revenue of 37.736 billion USD. “Fly The Friendly Skies” is the tagline of the company.

United Airlines Houston Office
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Address: United Airlines. (2) 1600 Smith St Houston, TX 77002.

Reservation (US and Canada): 1-800-UNITED-1 (1-800-864-8331)

Flight Arrival and Departure Information: 1-800-824-6200

Mileage Plus Assistance: 1-800-UNITED-1 (1-800-864-8331)

Twitter IDs: @UNITED_AIRLINES

Phone: (800) 864-8331 ,+1 872-825-4000  ,+1 713-324-2950

Cargo and Animal Transportation: 1-800-UNITED-1 (1-800-864-8331)

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Domestically, the airline runs a successful service under the brand name of United Express. Previously, the headquarters of the company was established in Elk Grove Township. Later in 2007 company shifted to 77 West Wacker Drive. 98 percent of United’s greenhouse gas emissions are caused by fuel jets, so a company has taken a great step to reduce this percentage. They use low-carbon alternative fuels which are not that much harmful. United was the last North American passenger airline which carries animals to laboratories. In 2013, United stopped transporting animals to laboratories. Mileage Plus is one of the successful Frequent-flyer programs of the airline. American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines are the top competitors of United Airlines in today’s market.

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