United Airlines Update on Californian Wild Fires

PRNewswire-FirstCall CHICAGO Oct. 27 :

United Airlines (BULLETIN BOARD: UALAQ) today advised that travel
continues to be affected to and from major airports in the Southern
California due to wildfires in the region, with delays and possible
cancellations for Tuesday dependant upon the operational status of the
FAA`s Terminal Radar Approach Control Center in San Diego. Customers are
strongly advised to visit United`s website at http://www.united.com/ or to
call 800-824-6200 for information on cancelled or rescheduled flights.
As such, United has revised its travel policies for customers ticketed on
or before October 26, 2003 for travel through November 3, 2003 to or from
Los Angeles International Airport, Burbank Airport, John Wayne Airport
(Santa Ana), San Diego Airport and Ontario Airport on any United Airlines,
United Express or United codeshare flight.
For customers currently enroute who would like to return to their point of
origin, all rules and restrictions regarding standard change fees, day or
time applications, and/or minimum stay or Saturday night stay requirements
have been waived. Customers may be rebooked on any available flight in the
same class of service on or before November 15, 2003.
Customers with unused tickets for travel within this time period may also
reschedule their travel between the same origin and destination without a
change fee. Rescheduled travel for the same itinerary must be completed on
or before November 15, 2003 and must meet the same rule and booking code
restrictions in order to guarantee the original fare. Rescheduled travel
on flights and/or dates that do not meet the original restrictions may be
subject to higher fares.

These policies also apply to any Mileage Plus award tickets that meet
these same date and itinerary guidelines.
Customers who wish to apply tickets that meet these guidelines towards a
new ticket with a different itinerary will also have their change fee
waived for travel completed by November 15, 2003; however, tickets are
subject to any applicable difference in fare.
To take advantage of these revised ticket policies, customer must contact
United reservations at 800 241 6522 or their travel professional on or
before their scheduled travel date.
United and United Express operate more than 3,300 flights a day on a route
network that spans the globe. News releases and other information about
United can be found at the company`s web site at http://www.united.com/ .