In-Depth Analysis: United Airlines’ 2019 Fleet Plan

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A United Boeing 767-300ER retrojet in Chicago

A United Boeing 767-300ER retrojet in Chicago

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The Boeing 737, developed as a shorter, lower-cost, twin-engine jetliner derived from the 707 and 727, is a mainstay of United’s fleet. The airline operates a total of 339 with 40 737-700s, 141 737-800s, 148 737-900ERs, and 11 737 Max 9s. It has over 100 Boeing 737 Max 10 aircraft on order, with deliveries to begin in 2020.

The carrier’s 737-700 fleet includes a sub-fleet, with fewer premium-economy lite seats, which was used by the former Continental Micronesia operation. These aircraft conduct flights in the region from the airline’s base in Guam.

A United Polaris seat on a Boeing 777-200ER

A United Polaris seat on a Boeing 777-200ER

United has a total of 56 757-200s and 21 757-300s. Three 757-200s will be retired in 2019.

The airline has 38 Boeing 767-300ERs. Thirteen of these have already received new Polaris business-class. The one remaining three-class 767-300ER is expected to be retrofitted in 2019. The airline also has 16 Boeing 767-400ER aircraft.

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