United Hub - Airport Fact Sheet Washington Dulles International Airport
Washington Dulles
International Airport

Airport fact sheet

Washington-Dulles International Airport (IAD) is one of the nation’s busiest airports, serving nearly 22 million passengers a year. For more than 30 years United has been serving Dulles as a hub and serving the capital region for more than 50 years. United connects customers around the global to more than 80 destinations including capital-to-capital service to nearly 40 airports worldwide.
Average daily flights

United, together with United Express® operates approximately 225 daily flights out of IAD:

United Mainline United Regional
88 137
International service

United serves 30 daily nonstop flights to 30 international destinations from IAD:

  • Nonstop flights to 14 destinations in Europe
  • Nonstop flights to 12 destinations across Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Nonstop flights to four destinations in Canada
Domestic service

United operates 195 daily flights to 74 airports across the United States from IAD, including frequent daily service to top business travel markets in Newark/New York, Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles.

Enplaned passengers
Annual Average daily
7M 19,100
Employees
Approximate total in Washington metro area
5,900
United ClubSM

Two United Clubs located in Concourse C and one United Club located in Concourse D

United Global FirstSM lounge

One United Global First Lounge located in Concourse C

Select community partners

United proudly supports many community partners in the Washington metro area including:

  • Library of Congress
  • Special Olympics of Virginia
  • U.S.O. of Metropolitan Washington
Sports sponsorships
  • Washington Redskins