With their United CleanPlus℠ commitment, United Airlines is putting health and safety at the forefront of every traveler’s journey by:
- Redefining cleaning procedures
- Working closely with experts at Cleveland Clinic to advise on enhancing cleaning protocols
Using state-of-the-art, hospital-grade, high-efficiency (HEPA) filters on all United aircraft to circulate air and remove up to 99.7% of airborne particles.
As well as disinfecting all United aircraft with electrostatic sprayers, United is layering their approach to safety by adding antimicrobial coating onboard.
Face coverings are required for all crew and customers when flying with United. For those who don’t have a mask, they will provide one prior to boarding.
Enjoy even more flexibility when your traveler’s plans change:
Domestic change fees are gone, and international change fees are waived through the end of 2020. *
A leader among U.S. airlines:
United has launched the world’s first free transatlantic COVID-19 testing pilot program. From November 16 through December 11, the airline will offer rapid tests to every passenger over 2 years old and crew members on board select flights from EWR to LHR, free of charge.
This month, United will fly from eight European airports (London Heathrow, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Munich International Airport and Dublin, Brussels, Frankfurt and Zurich Airports) to EWR/IAD/SFO/ORD/IAH/DEN, with onwards connections to various destinations across the U.S.
Aircraft and schedule are subject to change.
*View full details at the travel agent portal, Jetstream.