Terms of Use - United Hub

Terms of Use

By The Hub team, March 04, 2019

Terms and Conditions

By replying with #YouCanUse to a social media message from United, you agree to the following Terms and United Airlines, Inc's ("United's") Privacy Policy at [https://www.united.com/ual/en/us/fly/privacy.html]. In exchange, United will provide credit if your content is used.

I hereby grant United Airlines, Inc., Mileage Plus Holdings, LLC and each of their respective subsidiaries, affiliates, licensees, successors and assigns (together, "United"), the absolute right, unrestricted permission and irrevocable license to use, edit, adapt, reproduce, disclose, publish, display, advertise, and copyright the content, including but not limited to, images, photographs, videos, testimonials, comments and reviews (collectively, "Content"), in whole or in part, in any manner and for whatever purpose that United shall elect, in any and all languages, and in any and all media now known or hereinafter developed, including but not limited to, website, television, radio and/or printed materials, worldwide in perpetuity, without compensation, notification or permission and to attribute such Content to me by publishing and displaying my social media username and/or my first name and last initial in connection with such Content.

I understand that if the Content contains any material or elements that are not owned by the me and/or which are subject to the rights of third parties, and/or if any persons appear in the work, I warrant that I obtained any and all releases and consents necessary to permit use of the work in the manner set forth in these Terms and Conditions.

I WAIVE ANY RIGHT THAT I MAY HAVE TO INSPECT AND APPROVE THE USE OF MY NAME AND CONTENT, WHETHER THAT USE IS KNOWN TO ME OR UNKNOWN, AND I WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO CREDIT, ROYALTIES OR OTHER COMPENSATION ARISING FROM OR RELATED TO THE USE OF MY NAME OR CONTENT.

I RELEASE AND AGREE TO HOLD HARMLESS UNITED, ITS EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS, OF AND FROM ALL LIABILITY AND OF AND FROM ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, CAUSES OF ACTION AND DAMAGES OF ANY KIND WHICH I, MY HEIRS, REPRESENTATIVES, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS OR ANY OTHER PERSONS ACTING ON MY BEHALF OR ON BEHALF OF MY ESTATE HAVE OR MAY HAVE IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF MY NAME AND/OR CONTENT.

I agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless United and its officers, directors, employees and agents from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses, (including attorneys' fees and disbursements) arising out of, resulting from or connected with the use of the Content, including, but not limited to claims alleging a violation of the rights of any third party and any breach of any representation or warranty hereunder.

I certify that (i) I am at least 18 years of age, (ii) as applicable, I am the parent or legal guardian of any child featured in any Content, (iii) any testimonial, comment and/or review I have given is true, (iv) I am the owner of any Content that I submit, and I have the right to grant the permissions and licenses described herein, (v) that the consent of no other person or entity is required to enable United to use the Content submitted by me and the Content that I submit does not infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks, rights of privacy, publicity or other intellectual property or other rights of any person or entity, and (vi) this release is given voluntarily, under no duress, and without expectation of compensation in any form now or in the future.

United Cargo operates more than 11,000 cargo-only flights in one year

By The Hub team, March 19, 2021

On March 19, 2020, United operated its first flight carrying cargo without passengers on board. While the passenger cabin was empty, its cargo hold was completely full, carrying more than 29,000 pounds of commodities from Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) to Frankfurt Airport (FRA).

A year later, United Cargo has operated more than 11,000 cargo-only flights carrying more than 570 million pounds of freight. To support the COVID-19 pandemic recovery efforts, United Cargo has also transported more than 113 million pounds of medical and pharmaceutical products on both cargo-only and passenger flights as well as approximately 10 million COVID-19 vaccines, providing global communities access to the items they have needed most.

10 tips for spring travel

By The Hub team, February 24, 2021

Whether you haven't flown with us for a while or just need a quick refresher before your spring trip, read this list of tips to know before your flight and arrive at the airport travel-ready:

1. Download the United app for contactless bag check, travel assistance and more

Before your flight, download the United app to view your flight status, check in, sign up for flight notifications, locate departure gates, access our free personal device entertainment when available and more. We've also updated our app with new features that can make your trip a little safer, including contactless bag check.

Don't forget to use Agent on Demand for help with any and all questions you may have before your flight. This new capability is available at all our U.S. hub airports and allows you to use your own mobile device to contact a customer service agent via phone, video or chat to help with day-of-travel questions while you're at the airport. Learn more about Agent on Demand here.

United joins UNICEF COVAX initiative

By The Hub team, February 19, 2021

This week, we were honored to become the first U.S. airline to join the UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative to combat the COVID-19 pandemic by transporting the vaccine and other critically needed supplies to underserved areas of the globe.

"We are committed to helping the global community in any way we can, and we all must work together to do our part to bring this health and humanitarian crisis to an end," said Director of Cargo Specialty Products Manu Jacobs.

We will leverage our expertise to transport these critical pharmaceutical and healthcare shipments around the world safely, efficiently and expediently. We are proud to partner with the United Nations to support this global effort and provide equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines.

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