United 747 N118UA Boeing United Airlines 

The last flight of a Boeing 747 for United Airlines

The 747 landed on November 7 at Honolulu Airport ending 47 years of history. The last flight of the Queen of the Skies operated the United Flight UA747 between San Francisco and Honolulu, in the United States, putting an end to 47 years of history in jumbo´s jet flights for the airline. The Boeing 747-400 and registration N118UA departed from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) yesterday, an hour late at 12:00 local time due to an issue with the conditioning valves, and arrived to Honolulu Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL) at 15:00 local…

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United Airlines, Airbus A320 aircraft Airbus United Airlines 

United would buy up to forty aircraft of the A320 family

The airline plans to acquire up to forty second-hand aircraft. Today, it was known the plan of United Airlines to buy between thirty and forty Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft. Sources close to the airline added that some aircraft would be those used currently by EasyJet, and that most of the aircraft acquired would be A319. The purchase agreement would already be imminent, according to an internal statement provided by United to its pilots. The airline currently flies with sixty-six Airbus A319-100 aircraft and ninety-eight A320-200 aircraft. United is also in the…

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United will operate a one-time flight with the Boeing 747 in United States

United provides an unexpected opportunity to fly in the “Queen of the Skies” this Friday between Chicago and San Francisco. United and Delta are U.S. airlines still using Boeing 747 aircraft, and this Friday July 28, will be Delta who gives American enthusiasts a chance to fly with the Queen of the skies from the Chicago O’Hare Airport at 6:30 pm local time and arriving in San Francisco at 8:51 pm. The United Flight 2704 will be operated with a Boeing 747-400 of 374 seats and prices that start at $…

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United aircraft with engine on fire SkyWest United Airlines 

United Airlines flight landed with engine on fire

An aircraft of United Airlines landed in Denver with the left engine on fire, on Sunday. The Bombardier jet was making the route Aspen-Denver, in Colorado, when at the landing moment the left engine began to burn for reasons that are still unaware. The passengers of the SkyWest Airlines flight 5869 safely deplaned the aircraft and were transported to the terminal, no one was injured. Denver International Airport said “All runways are now open as investigation into SkyWest fire continues. Other airport operations remain unaffected”. SkyWest Airlines, a regional carrier, is feeder airline…

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