Taking our fleet to new heights

Our new fleet is bigger and better than ever with 170+ new Boeing and Airbus aircraft – and that means an even better experience for you.

What’s next for United

170+
new planes as of February 2024
We're making our fleet bigger and your experience better than ever by adding up to 200 widebody planes — the largest order by a U.S. carrier in commercial airline history. We will have more than 800 new planes in our fleet by 2032.
Larger overhead bins
All planes will have enough space for one carry-on per person.
Entertainment for everyone
All seats will have seatback screens, in-seat power and wireless Bluetooth connections.
New Braille labels
Rows, seats and lavatories now have Braille labels to make moving around the plane easier.
New Braille labels
Rows, seats and lavatories now have Braille labels to make moving around the plane easier.
Entertainment for everyone
All seats will have seatback screens, in-seat power and wireless Bluetooth connections.
Upgraded clubs
New United ClubSM location now open in Chicago, and opening in four more hubs in 2023.

Your flight

Space for everyone’s carry-on bag.
In-seat power, Bluetooth connections and built-in screens at every seat.
We expect more premium cabin seats per flight than any other airline in North America by 2026.
Space for everyone’s carry-on bag.
In-seat power, Bluetooth connections and built-in screens at every seat.
We expect more premium cabin seats per flight than any other airline in North America by 2026.

Your club experience

We’re always enhancing our United Clubs, including new locations, amenities and locally inspired features.

Our environment

We’re committed to becoming 100% green by 2050 by reducing our GHG emissions 100% without relying on traditional carbon offsets.
We’re the first airline to use SAF in regular operations on an ongoing basis.