Flying Together UAL
- The user name and password can be used to log in
- Users can follow United Airlines on Twitter
- Support is available for those with login problem
With the huge number of online portals that many employees use every day for work, it's not surprising that a username or password is forgotten from time to time. Fortunately, most portals now have self-service capabilities to fix this situation. United employees who find themselves blocked from the UAL Flying Together portal can help themselves by taking steps to restore both their username and password. If you can't remember your password, you can enter your username and click the "Employee" link below the login fields to begin the process of recovering your account password. Employees who are not sure of the username can start by clicking the "login Problems" link at the bottom of the portal to view hints that can't help you remember the password. It is important to note that employees of previous versions of Continental should no longer use their previous IDs when trying to access the Flying Together UAL portal.
About the Company
It so happened in the world of aviation that most of the eminent air carriers, whose aircraft still plow the sky, were created after 1945 after the end of World War II. However, there are rare exceptions on this list - these are real "old-timers" whose history began much earlier. Among these is the United Airlines, the world airline formed in 1926. Since the United States began to develop its civil aviation relatively early, it is not surprising that this carrier was destined to become a “pioneer” in many aviation fields, starting with the introduction of hot meals for travelers and the position of a flight attendant and ending with a truly brilliant idea to form a global air alliance Star Alliance.
Today, United Airlines is one of the largest airlines not only in its homeland, but throughout the world. This company was able to become one of the largest carriers in the world after its merger in 2010 with another Continental Airlines. Together, they not only expanded their technical and administrative resources, but also began to work on improving passenger service and safety issues.