United Airlines, which has invested in more sustainable fuel production than any other airline in the world, has become the first US airline to sign an international purchase agreement for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). United has signed with Neste to provide the...
UPDATE – United Airlines is bullish about its future outlook and expects to return to full-year profitability again in 2022. It reported a $1.4 billion loss for Q1 on April 20, but Q2 is promising to produce a robust operating revenue. United expects full-year...
Delta Air Lines is set to lose its Australian partner carrier in 2022, as Virgin Australia is preparing to partner with United Airlines from April 2022. Virgin Australia says the partnership with United “will triple” its reach into the Americas region, while also...
US start-up ZeroAvia has won a significant new customer and investor in United Airlines. Through its subsidiary United Airlines Ventures, the airline will invest $35 million in equity in ZeroAvia. It has also signed a conditional purchase agreement for fifty hydrogen...
Competition on the lucrative United States-Nigeria route is set to have begun as United Airlines November 30 resumed flight services to Lagos. The airline will battle Delta Airlines for a huge market share on the route and may look to expand services to other cities...
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