With the merger of Continental and United Airlines, the Bombardier Q400s used at Continental are now the United Express Bombardier Q400s. Continental and United have created one brand, United and the United Express Q400s now reflect their new name and color scheme.
United Express Bombardier Q400 Update: On May 15, 2012 United announced that Republic Airways will be taking over Q400 flying from Colgan Air by the end of 2012. Republic Airways is operating the Q400 for United at this time.
Update: United has announced that Q400 operations will be ending in 2015. There are now only a few Q400 flights operating for United. Republic will also end Q400 flight operations.
United Airlines Bombardier Q400 details:
- All United Express Bombardier Q400s are Bombardier Q400 Nextgen aircraft.
- United Express Bombardier Q400 are operated for United by Republic Airways.
- United Q400s operate out of Newark, NJ (EWR), Washington Dulles (IAD), Houston Intercontinental (IAH), Cleveland-Hopkins, OH (CLE) and Chicago O'Hare, IL (ORD).
United Express Bombardier Q400 Seat Map, Seating Plan and Seating Configuration:
Originally the United Express Q400 turboprops had 74 seats in a one class configuration. This has changed as United Airlines changed to a two-class configuration with 65 seats. There will be a United Express Q400 first class onboard the aircraft. United still lists the 74 seat, economy class, configuration as still in their fleet, so it is possible to fly on one of these 74 seat Q400 airplanes.
Below are the two United Q400 seat maps of the two seating configurations.
Above is the First Class 65 seat configuration seat map for the United Express Q400.
Above is the All Economy Class 74 seats, seat map for the United Express Bombardier Q400.
To learn more about the different seating configurations of the Bombardier Q400 at other airlines visit our Bombardier Q400 Seating Plan page or our Bombardier Q400 Seat Map - Seating Chart page.
To learn more about the Bombardier Q400 Turboprop aircraft visit our other Bombardier Q400 pages.