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10 essential tips for the solo traveler

By Nick Harper

Are you a solo traveler? The sort of person who wants to head out into the world and experience whatever you like, wherever you like, whenever you like? You're not alone.

Research shows a spike in bookings for solo travelers across almost all age groups in recent years — from baby boomers to millennials. More and more of us want the freedom to travel on our own terms, and more and more of us are turning those dreams into reality.

If you're a first-time solo traveler, you'll feel liberated, but before you head out on your first solo journey, here are 10 things you should know.

Woman traveling by herself


How to take care of the world as you travel around it

By The Hub team

We all want to explore the world and to do so in a way that limits any harm to the earth. We committed to reducing our greenhouse gas emission by 50% by 2050, and our award-winning Eco-Skies program has us flying toward a more sustainable future. You can do your part to help reduce the impact of your travels with these simple tips.

Hydrating in-flight remedies for today’s global travelers

By The Hub team, April 02, 2019

Starting this month, you can now treat your skin to Sunday Riley formulated skincare products on board and in United Polaris® lounge locations. A pioneer in the Green Technology field, Sunday Riley products combine advanced actives and purified botanicals to truly transform your skin. A female-founded and led business, Sunday Riley is growing rapidly with an expanded reach across North America, Australia, Asia and Europe. Viewing skincare as an extension of self-care and overall wellness is something the brand recognizes especially when taking care of oneself on the go while traveling.

O'Hare wait times, in real time

By The Hub team

We have partnered with TSA and are working closely with them to bring new technology to security checkpoints, which will help reduce processing times and provide more information to those waiting in line. In February at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, we launched a new wait time display system that helps inform passengers of expected security wait times and to further help them find their way to the correct checkpoint on their boarding pass from wherever they enter our lobby.

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