United Express flights link with major United flights at the hub airports in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
The United Express network serves at least 150 destinations in the U.S. and Canada daily, shown on the route maps in the resources below.
The small planes making up the fleet seat 30 to 64 passengers per journey and trips from the main hubs generally last one to two hours. About 25 percent of the fleet is made up of small jets, which offer more room and quicker flights than the traditional turboprop planes that make up the rest of the fleet.
United Express flights link up with United, Continental and U.S. Airways flights.
Linked by easy airport connections from United Airlines and Star Alliance partner flights, United Express flights are run by regional carriers that take passengers to small airports all over the United States and Canada.