United Is Reimagining Regional Flights with the New CRJ-550 - United Hub

Reimagining regional flights with the CRJ-550

By The Hub team, October 23, 2019

Our new CRJ-550 is the world's first and only 50-seat regional aircraft that offers first-class seats and amenities. Now, you can enjoy a premium cabin experience on every leg of your journey — even the short ones — on routes from Chicago O'Hare and New York/Newark. And keep an eye out for flights on the CRJ-550 from Washington Dulles.

See what’s in store for you on board

With space for over 50 carry-on bags in the overhead compartments and carry-on cabinets, gate-checking will be a thing of the past.

If you're seated in United First®, you can enjoy a wide assortment of snacks and beverages from our self-serve refreshment center.

Stay connected to work and entertainment during your flight with United Wi-FiSM and personal device entertainment.

CRJ-550

Stretch out with more overall legroom per seat than any other 50-seat aircraft flown by a U.S. airline.

Relax in our stylish, upgraded interior that has more Economy Plus® seats than any other 50-seat regional jet. Check out our new cabin interior yourself with our new 3D seat map.

United's CRJ-550

This one-of-a-kind aircraft also features our brand-new livery.

Find out where we're flying

We have 27 routes we're flying now and more flights coming soon. See where the CRJ-550 will fly to from Chicago O'Hare, New York/Newark and Washington Dulles.

Seat map

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