United Airlines plans to hire 25K employees over the next 5 years

United Airlines plans to hire 25,000 additional employees by 2026 for its new planes. This comes after United announced plans to add 500 jets in the coming years, including 270 Boeing and airbus planes.

News 12 Staff

Jun 29, 2021, 8:32 PM

Updated 1,053 days ago

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United Airlines plans to hire 25,000 additional employees by 2026 for its new planes. This comes after United announced plans to add 500 jets in the coming years, including 270 Boeing and airbus planes. The jobs will primarily be at United's major hubs like Newark and San Francisco.
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