United Airlines has updated its flight change policy, offering more flexibility to travelers. Here's a breakdown of the process to change your flight with United Airlines:

1. Log in to Your Reservation:

Access your booking on United's website or mobile app using your confirmation code or traveler information.

2. Select "Change Flight":

Once logged in, choose the "Change Flight" option. This will provide you with a list of alternative flight options available for rebooking.

3. Review Available Options:

Take your time to review the available options, considering factors like flight time and date. Ensure that the new flight meets your travel needs.

4. Choose Your New Flight:

Select your preferred flight time and date from the available options. Be mindful of any change fees or fare differences associated with your selection.

5. Confirm and Enter Passenger Details:

Confirm your new flight selection and enter passenger details accurately. It's essential to ensure that passenger names match those on your original reservation.

6. Pay Fare Differences and Fees:

If there's a fare difference, you'll be prompted to pay the additional amount. United will also collect any applicable change fees at this stage.

7. Review Updated Itinerary:

Take a moment to review your updated itinerary and new ticket number. You should receive an updated confirmation email with your revised flight details.

8. Contact MileagePlus for Award Bookings:

If you booked using award miles, contact MileagePlus directly to redeposit your miles after changing flights.

For further assistance or if you encounter any issues during the process, don't hesitate to reach out to United Airlines directly. Their customer service team will be able to provide additional support.

United's updated policy removes change fees for standard domestic flights changed more than 30 days in advance, offering travelers greater flexibility in managing their travel plans.