29th June 2017
Written on 29th June 2017
United Airlines takes new steps to elevate customer experience at Bush Intercontinental Airport
United Airlines announced that beginning this fall, the carrier will take new steps to elevate the customer experience at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport by offering customers shorter, more convenient connection times and better access to more destinations.
The operations enhancement will enable United to improve connectivity throughout its industry-leading global route network, as adjustments to the flight schedule will connect customers more efficiently. The move, which will take effect October 29th, will also enable the airline to better utilize the approximately 90 gates from which it operates at the airport.
United is continuing to invest in its employees in Houston, providing them with more of the tools they need to better serve customers, particularly under the new structure. The airline is also increasing staffing and adding new lobby check-in kiosks to provide customers with a more efficient airport experience.
This effort is called "rebanking." United has traditionally operated a schedule of ten "flight banks" at Houston, with the hub serving as a connection point for east-to-west routes across the U.S. along with Latin America. With the new effort, United will consolidate existing flights into an enhanced eight-bank structure, connecting customers from all directions, enabling the airline to use aircraft more effectively throughout the entire country.
Source: United Airlines