United Airlines Urges Customers to Check The Status of Their Flights in And Out of Denver International Airport

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

    DENVER, 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 9:30 a.m., United had cancelled all flights until 6:00 p.m. today in
 and out of Denver International Airport.
     "These unlikely seasonal conditions have causes disruptions in our service
 out of DIA today.  Our immediate priority will be to re-accommodate our
 customers as soon as possible, " said Pete McDonald, United vice president -
 operational services.  "We will continue to keep our customers updated on
 their flights and encourage them to proactively check the status of their
 flights."
     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
    DENVER, 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 9:30 a.m., United had cancelled all flights until 6:00 p.m. today in
 and out of Denver International Airport.
     "These unlikely seasonal conditions have causes disruptions in our service
 out of DIA today.  Our immediate priority will be to re-accommodate our
 customers as soon as possible, " said Pete McDonald, United vice president -
 operational services.  "We will continue to keep our customers updated on
 their flights and encourage them to proactively check the status of their
 flights."
     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