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United Express

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Headquarters Chicago, IL
Founded 1985
Fleet size 566
Website
www.united.com

United Express is a regional aviation provider in the United States, a subsidiary of United Airlines. Services provided by United Express are subcontracted to 9 airline operators.

United Airlines was merged with Continental Airlines from 2010-2012. With this merger, Continental Express and Continental Connection operations were merged with United Express.

Flight Operators

United Express service is provided by 9 airlines, operating under the United Express name and liveried aircraft.[1]

  • Active
    • Air Wisconsin - Operates flights in eastern and central United States.
    • CommutAir - Operates flights in northeastern United States.
    • ExpressJet - Operates flights across all of the United States, eastern Canada and Mexico.
    • GoJet Airlines - Operates flights across all of the United States, Ontario and Quebec.
    • Mesa Airlines - Operates flights in eastern and central United States.
    • Republic Airlines - Operates flights in western United States.
    • SkyWest Airlines - Operates flights across all of the United States and Canada.
    • Trans States Airlines - Operates flights across all of the United States.

Fleet

Current Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Operated By Notes
United Express CRJ-700 United Express N155GJ-a.png 2003-2010 Bombardier CRJ-700 General Electric CF34-8C5B1 6 United First, 16 economy plus, 48 economy GoJet Airlines
Mesa Airlines
SkyWest Airlines
United Express ERJ-145 2003-2010 Embraer ERJ-145 Rolls-Royce AE3007 6 economy plus, 44 economy ExpressJet
Trans States Airlines
United Express CRJ-200 2004-2005 Bombardier CRJ-200 General Electric CF34-8C5B1 4 economy plus, 46 economy Skywest Airlines
United Express ERJ-175 2014-2018 Embraer ERJ-175 Rolls-Royce AE3007 12 first, 16 economy plus, 48 economy Mesa Airlines
Republic Airways
United Express ERJ-145 2015-2019 Embraer ERJ-145 Rolls-Royce AE3007 6 economy plus, 44 economy CommutAir
Trans States Airlines
United Express ERJ-170 2015-2017 Embraer ERJ-170 Rolls-Royce AE3007 6 first, 16 economy plus, 48 economy Republic Airways
United Express CRJ-200 2017-2019 Bombardier CRJ-200 General Electric CF34-8C5B1 4 economy plus, 46 economy Air Wisconsin
ExpressJet
Skywest Airlines
United Express CRJ-100ER 2018-2019 Bombardier CRJ-100ER General Electric CF34-3A1 4 economy plus, 46 economy ExpressJet
United Express CRJ550 2019 Bombardier CRJ550 10 First, 20 Economy Plus, 20 Economy GoJet Airlines
United Express ERJ-175 2019 Embraer ERJ-175 Rolls-Royce AE3007 12 first, 16 economy plus, 48 economy ExpressJet

On Order

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Operated By Notes
United Express CRJ700 2019 Bombardier CRJ700 General Electric CF34-8C1 ExpressJet

Retired Roster

Model Thumbnail Year Delivered Manufacturer Model Number Engines Seating Notes
United Express ERJ-135 1999-2001 Embraer ERJ-135 Rolls-Royce AE3007 6 economy plus, 31 economy
United Express DHC-8-200 2006-2008 Bombardier DHC-8-200 Pratt & Whitney PW105A 37 economy
United Express ATR 42 2010, 2016 ATR ATR 42-320 Pratt & Whitney PW121 46 economy
United Express DHC-8-300 2011 Bombardier DHC-8-300 Pratt & Whitney PW105A 50 economy
United Express DHC-8-400 2012 Bombardier DHC-8-400 Pratt & Whitney PW105A 7 United First, 10 economy plus, 54 economy

Classes

United Express has 3 seat classes for their aircraft.

Class Aircraft Notes
United First
Economy Plus
Economy

Destinations

Destinations listed are served by United Airline's primary operations only. For flights operated by United Express, please check their respectable page.
Destinations are valid for October 2015.[2]
  • Hubs
  • United States
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • North America
  • South & Central America/Caribbean

Flights

Please see United Express Flights.

References

  1. https://www.united.com/CMS/en-US/AboutUnited/Pages/UnitedExpressPartners.aspx
  2. https://www.united.com/CMS/UADocuments/pdfs/timetable.pdf?int_source=uastrategy&int_medium=uacom&int_campaign=timetable_pdf&alm=en&asset_type=link&asset_position=copy&launch_date=2014-06-11
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Operations
Hubs Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport - Denver International Airport - George Bush Intercontinental Airport - Los Angeles International Airport - Narita International Airport - Newark Liberty International Airport - O'Hare International Airport - San Francisco International Airport - Washington Dulles International Airport
Focus Cities Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Subsidiaries United Express (opb CommutAir/ExpressJet/GoJet Airlines/Mesa Airlines/Republic Airlines/Shuttle America/SkyWest Airlines/Trans States Airlines)
Mergers Capital Airlines - Continental Airlines
Routes
Mainline 1-99 - 100-199 - 200-99 - 300-399 - 400-499 - 500-599 - 600-699 - 700-799 - 800-899 - 900-999 - 1000-1099 - 1100-1199 - 1000-1299
Express - Air Wisconsin 3760-3899 - 3900-3964 - 4800-4879
Express - CommutAir 4800-4899 - 4900-4999
Express - ExpressJet 3965-4099 - 4100-4199 - 4200-4299 - 4300-4459
Express - GoJet 4460-4599
Express - Mesa 6000-6099 - 6100-6199 - 6200-6299 - 6300-6399
Express - Republic 3400-3499 - 3500-3599 - 3600-3699 - 3700-3759
Express - Trans States 4600-4699 - 4700-4799
Aircraft
Narrow-Body 757-200 - A320-200 - A319-100 - 737-700 - 737-800 - 737-900 - 757-200 (2010) - 757-300 - 737-900ER (2011) - 737-700 (2015) - 737-800 (2016) - A319-100 (2017) - A320-200 (2017) - 737 MAX 9
Wide-Body 767-300ER - 777-200 - 767-400ER - 777-200ER - 777-200ER (2010) - 787-8 - 787-9 - 777-300ER - 767-300ER (2018) - 787-10