Queen of the Skies to get a Memorable Farewell

United has scheduled their last revenue Boeing 747 flight from San Francisco to Honolulu, Hawaii. They will be emulating the first United 747 flight in the 1970’s with retro flight attendants to a retro style menu and many other 70’s style themes. Tickets are already sold out after the announcement was made earlier Monday. Our staff is currently discussing a farewell event for the Queen of the Skies. We will constantly update you on the status of the last United 747 flight and even provide you media photos/videos on the last flight.
October 29th: Last Scheduled International revenue flight from Seoul to San Francisco
November 7th: Last Scheduled revenue flight from San Francisco to Hawaii
If you have any photos or videos of the real or flight sim aircraft please send them to me via email: [email protected] 

Your photo will be put into a collage with many other photos and your footage will be used in a commemoration video. *With your permission and credit given*

Never Ever Forget! 9/11/01

We will never forget the crew, passengers, victims, first responders of the terrible attack on September 11th, 2001. We’ve missed you since the day you left.

Please take time out of your day to remember the fallen victims of 9-11-01 and thank the heroes who helped.

Important News from Virtual United

The technology department at Virtual United would like to inform its pilots that our server equipment will be relocating from a datacenter in Los Angeles to a new location in Western Europe. This will take place wednesday night, February 1st, between 2AM and 2PM central.

Intervals of downtime are possible all day Wednesday, we however estimate these to be rare and brief. Even though pilots who reside in the United States will experience a slight increase in latency, we remain confident that this decision will increase the effectiveness and reliability of our website and ACARS services.

Please feel free to reach out to our technology department ([email protected]) for any questions or technical issues you may have.