Tag: United Airlines

Apple Spends Over $35 Million Yearly and Books 50 Business Class Tickets to Shanghai From SFO Daily

As per promotional banners shared by United Airlines, Apple is its biggest corporate customer and spends $150 million on tickets every year. The Cupertino company books 50 business class tickets on flights to Shanghai from the SFO airport from United Airlines every day. United Airlines has put up these promotional […]

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United Airlines app can now save boarding passes to Google Pay

Back in May, it was announced that Google Pay would be able to store boarding passes and tickets, similar to Apple Pay. We’ve seen a few airlines add support for the feature, like Southwest, and now it works with tickets from United. The latest changelog for the United Airlines app says, “We’re happy to announce […]

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Giving In to China, U.S. Airlines Drop Taiwan (in Name at Least)

A spokeswoman for American Airlines, Shannon Gilson, said that the airline “is implementing changes to address China’s request.” “Air travel is global business, and we abide by the rules in countries where we operate,” Ms. Gilson said in an email. Frank Benenati, a spokesman for United, said in an email that the company “abides by […]

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Big Three U.S. Airlines Cave to China’s Demands About Taiwan

The three biggest U.S. airlines – American, Delta, and United – finally caved on Tuesday to China’s demands and changed their websites to no longer describe Taiwan as a country distinct from China. It might at best be seen as partial capitulation at the last possible moment, as the airlines now list Taiwan’s capital of […]

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