United Airlines Route Network
United Airlines offers unrivalled access to the U.S. with nonstop flights from six UK airports, providing more convenience and choice from the UK than any other airline – taking you to the best ski resorts in North America.
Biggest network of ski routes in the world
Multi-centre itineraries possible
Up to 32” legroom in Economy
Seat back screens* on transatlantic flights with a variety of entertainment options
Complimentary soft drinks, juices, tea and freshly brewed coffee
Complimentary meal service on transatlantic flights, including mid-flight ice cream on west coast routes
Economy plus available from £60pp - up to 6" extra legroom
180° flat-bed seats in BusinessFirst on all transatlantic flights
Nonstop flights are available to Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York(Newark) and Washington, D.C.
From these U.S. gateways, there is an extensive choice of connections to key ski areas in the U.S, including Colorado, California and Utah. Denver is the main ski hub in Colorado with easy links to the best known resorts such as Vail and Breckenridge amongst others. But, United Airlines also serves airports close to Park City, Steamboat, Jackson Hole, Telluride and Aspen. These regional airports are also much closer to the ski resorts – Aspen Airport, for example, is just 15 minutes from the town of Aspen.
If one ski resort isn’t enough, United Airlines’ extensive route network opens up the possibility of multi-centre itineraries – meaning you could ski in Aspen then Park City, then Telluride or any other combination of resorts all on the same trip. Or, why not include a city stopover in New York, Las Vegas, San Francisco or Los Angeles? A fantastic way to experience the variety of North America’s ski resorts and cities.
Onboard, there is a choice of seating options on transatlantic flights: United Economy, United Economy Plus and United BusinessFirst.
*Not available on 747 aircraft, but complimentary Wi-Fi available to stream movies and TV shows via customers’ personal devices