United Airlines Urges Customers to Check the Status of Their Flights As Severe Snowstorm Hits Denver

Apr 11, 2001, 01:00 ET from United Airlines

    CHICAGO, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines (NYSE:   UAL) today said a
 severe snowstorm in Denver has resulted in cancellations and delays at
 airports across United's system, and is advising customers traveling to Denver
 to be proactive before traveling.
     As of (7:30 a.m.) CST, United had cancelled all flights until 12:30 p.m.
 today in and out of Denver International Airport due to the snowstorm in that
 region.
     "To minimize disruptions to our customers, United began proactively
 re-accommodating customers scheduled to travel to Denver, as of last night,"
 said Pete McDonald, vice president -- operational services.
     United urges all customers booked to travel to cities affected by the
 snowstorm to check ahead before going to the airport.  United offers a number
 of customer communications vehicles that form part of its "Our United
 Commitment" pledge to provide proactive information to its customers.  These
 include:
     -- Check your flight status using United's website at United.com
     -- Free proactive paging service is available at United.com
     -- Automated flight information is available at 1-800-824-6200
     -- United Reservations can be contacted at 1-800-241-6522.
 
     United Airlines serves more of the world's business centers than any other
 airline.  It operates more than 2,300 departures each day on a route network
 that spans the globe.
 
 

SOURCE United Airlines
    CHICAGO, April 11 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines (NYSE:   UAL) today said a
 severe snowstorm in Denver has resulted in cancellations and delays at
 airports across United's system, and is advising customers traveling to Denver
 to be proactive before traveling.
     As of (7:30 a.m.) CST, United had cancelled all flights until 12:30 p.m.
 today in and out of Denver International Airport due to the snowstorm in that
 region.
     "To minimize disruptions to our customers, United began proactively
 re-accommodating customers scheduled to travel to Denver, as of last night,"
 said Pete McDonald, vice president -- operational services.
     United urges all customers booked to travel to cities affected by the
 snowstorm to check ahead before going to the airport.  United offers a number
 of customer communications vehicles that form part of its "Our United
 Commitment" pledge to provide proactive information to its customers.  These
 include:
     -- Check your flight status using United's website at United.com
     -- Free proactive paging service is available at United.com
     -- Automated flight information is available at 1-800-824-6200
     -- United Reservations can be contacted at 1-800-241-6522.
 
     United Airlines serves more of the world's business centers than any other
 airline.  It operates more than 2,300 departures each day on a route network
 that spans the globe.
 
 SOURCE  United Airlines