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Wed, 15 August 2018

United Airlines Launches Corporate Travel Program

United Airlines has launched United Corporate Preferred, a corporate travel program designed to offer travel benefits to the airline's most loyal business customers.

A multi-level program, United Corporate Preferred offers escalating benefits at three levels, including United Corporate Preferred, United Corporate Preferred Plus and United Corporate Preferred Elite.

Eligibility for the new program is determined by a corporation's contract status, revenue contribution and loyalty with United. Eligible corporate agreements include United corporate share agreements, United PassPlus and United Meetings.

United Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9. Click to enlarge.

"Every day thousands of road warriors are jetting off on United to work events and business meetings all over the world," said Jake Cefolia, United's senior vice president of Worldwide Sales. "We designed our United Corporate Preferred program with the customer's entire travel experience in mind, from booking to landing, to identify opportunities to show our appreciation to our loyal business customers with a program that offers extra perks and travel benefits."

Benefits offered to all United Corporate Preferred customers include:

 Preferred upgrades – tie-breaker preferences for upgrades;

 Preferred standby – prioritization when traveling on standby for a different flight and when waitlisting for a seat in a different cabin or booking class;

 Operational adjustment protection – protection during travel interruptions, as well as seat protection to retain the same or similar seat in the event of an aircraft swap; and

Preferred discounts and offers – eligibility to receive exclusive promotions offered by both United and its partners in the near future.

Customers in the airline's new United Corporate Preferred Elite level will also receive the following:

 Additional travel waiver flexibility – when United has a travel waiver in place, customers will receive additional flexibility to adjust their travel beyond restrictions in place on the standard waiver;

 Preferred boarding – later this year, customers will receive priority boarding in group two; and

Preferred seating – later this year, customers will have access to book designated standard economy seats closer to the front of the plane.

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