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By 2014 the fleet was merged with that of Continental - 2009 fleet update
December 31th 2005 United airlines owns 230 aircraft and leases 230 aircraft. 30 are Boeing 747-400, 97 Boeing Boeing 757, 35 Boeing 767-300ER and 52 Boeing 777-200(ER). United also used 64 Boeing 737-300 and 30 Boeing 737-500. From Airbus United only used 97 A320 and 55 A319.
In 2004 United Airlines has hubs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Washington and Denver.
In 2003 United Airlines had 44 Boeing 747-400 - 61 Boeing 777 - 56 Boeing 767 - 98 Boeing 757 - 226 Boeing 737 - 177 airplanes of the A320 family - 25 Boeing 727.
Besides the USA dometic traffic, in 2004 United was flying between the cities in USA and westward towards Tokyo, Sydney, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei. Eastwards they were flying to Europe (London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna). Southwards from the USA they were flying to Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro.
In 1994 55% of company stock was given to employees as part of a pay cut, called ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) which made it the largest employee-owned company in the world.
United's final DC-10 flights, prior to the company's retirement of the fleet February 15, 2001, took place on February 13 and 14 between Chicago and Honolulu.
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