Washington, DC  20549

                               FORM 8-K

                            CURRENT REPORT

                Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the
                    Securities Exchange Act of 1934

                  Date of Report:  September 29, 2000
                   (Date of earliest event reported)

                          UAL CORPORATION
          (Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)

            Delaware               1-6033       36-2675207
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(State or other jurisdiction     (Commission    (I.R.S. Employer
     of incorporation)           File Number)   Identification No.)

1200 Algonquin Road, Elk Grove Township, Illinois       60007
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 (Address of principal executive offices)              (Zip Code)

Registrant's telephone number, including area code (847) 700-4000

                            Not Applicable
     (Former name or former address, if changed since last report)

ITEM 5.                 OTHER EVENTS.
    UAL Corporation (the "Company") is filing herewith a
summary of selected provisions from the tentative agreement
between United Air Lines, Inc. and the Air Line Pilots Association,
International, as Exhibit 99.1, and a press release as Exhibit 99.2.


Exhibit No.     Description
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99.1            Summary of Selected Provisions
                from the Tentative Agreement between United Air Lines, Inc.
                and the Air Line Pilots Association, International

99.2            Press Release: UAL Corporation Expects to Post a Loss
                               for the Third Quarter


        Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange
Act of 1934, the Registrant has duly caused this report to be
signed on its behalf by the undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

                                UAL CORPORATION

                                By:      /s/ Francesca M. Maher
                               Name:     Francesca M. Maher
                               Title:    Senior Vice President,
                                         General Counsel and

Dated:  September 26, 2000

                                                     Exhibit 99.1


The tentative agreement on a new contract for United pilots was
announced by United Airlines and the Air Line Pilots Association
(ALPA) on Aug. 26, 2000.  ALPA's UAL Master Executive Committee
endorsed the agreement on Sept. 9, and the Labor Committee of the
UAL board of directors endorsed it on Sept. 13.  The tentative
agreement is currently under review by the pilots.  If ratified,
the contract will be retroactive to April 12, 2000, the amendable
date of the pilots' contract, except as otherwise provided.

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- - The amendable date of the contract is Sept. 1, 2004.

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- - The tentative contract allows United Express carriers to
  increase the number of small jets (SJ) beyond the current 65
  limit and includes:
  - one-for-one replacement of up to 150 turboprops with SJs.
  - more SJs if United's fleet grows above 451 narrowbody and
    141 widebody fleet size.
- - The tentative contract allows United to acquire up to 20
  percent voting equity and 20 percent non-voting equity of a
  Star Alliance member, or of a carrier that commits to
  Star membership.
- - United may share profits and losses of revenue with foreign
  carriers with whom United has antitrust immunity, provided
  United gets its fair share of the flying.
- - The tentative contract establishes that United will not fly
  or train pilots during a lawful strike by United pilots, and the
  no-strike clause in the former agreement has been eliminated.
- - The number of guaranteed active pilot positions, total
  system and international block hours, mainline jet fleet and
  furlough protection has been updated.
- - The definition of successor (purchaser of the company) has
  been modified to include a purchaser of 50 percent or more of the
  equity or value of the assets of United or its parent (1).

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- - The initial weighted average increase in wages is 23.8
  percent over snapback (2).
  - The increase in first-year wages ranges between 21.5 percent
    and 22.5 percent for pilots of the narrowbody fleets.
  - The B777 and B747-400 fleet pilots both get a 28.7 percent
    increase over snapback.
- - The annual increases will begin on May 1, 2001, with a 4.5
  percent increase for all fleets with the exception of the
  747-400, which will be 5.62 percent.  The additional annual
  increases will occur on May 1, 2002, May 1, 2003 and
  May 1, 2004, with the same increases.

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- - The defined benefit plan-related costs have increased from
  benefit improvements and the effect of higher wages.
  - The multiplier for determining pension benefit has increased
    from 1.41 percent to 1.50 percent per year of service.
  - The early-retirement reductions have been reduced to 3
    percent per year (from 6 percent) prior to age 60.
- - The defined contribution benefit costs have increased
  due to benefit improvements and the effect of higher
  - The contribution percentage has increased from 9 percent to
    11 percent of wages.
- - Medical and dental benefit costs have been increased modestly
  due to benefit plan improvements.
- - For active employees, a short-term disability benefit is
  paid at 55 percent of pay for three months.

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- - Premiums have been established for nighttime flying and
  modified for international flying.
- - Domestic and international hourly expense per diem has been
  increased to $2.00 and $2.50, respectively, effective April
  12, 2000, and will increase $0.10 each May 1 (starting in
- - The agreement establishes "flex months," which permit
  scheduling of pilots by fleet up to 83 hours in as many as
  four months annually.
- - The minimum-monthly pay guarantee has been reduced to 75 hours
  from 78 hours, or 77 hours in flex months.
- - The agreement provides that pilots will be paid for the
  greater of scheduled flight time, actual flight time or credit
  time produced from a pilot's actual flight operation.
  Additionally, reserve pilots will be paid credit time in the
  same manner as line-holder pilots (pilots who have firm flight
  schedules for the month).
- - Domestic scheduling has been improved to the mutual benefit
  of the company and the pilots as follows:
  - The level of pilot and aircraft co-pairing has been
  - The length of ground time, duty period and time away from
    home has been limited.
  - The two-for-one rest provision, for duty periods greater
    than eight hours within a 24 hour period, has been eliminated to
    bring United in line with the rest of the industry.
- - Systemwide reserve coverage requirements have been increased
  in accordance with the current practice:

       Captain        17 percent
       First Officer  15 percent
       Shuttle        12 percent

(1) parent - The parent of United Airlines is UAL Corporation.
(2) snapback - refers to the return of wages and the directed
account plan contribution to their levels before the onset of
United's Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), which began on
July 12, 1994.

                                                   Exhibit 99.2

                               Corporate Communications Contact:
                               Media Relations     (847) 700-5538

                               Investor Relations Contact:
                               Patricia Chaplinski (847) 700-7501


     CHICAGO, Sept. 29, 2000  -- UAL Corporation (NYSE: UAL), the

holding company whose primary subsidiary is United Airlines,

today announced that it expects to post a loss for the third


     "The third quarter has been a difficult period for United,"

said James E. Goodwin, UAL Corporation Chairman and Chief

Executive Officer.  "The disruptions to our operations throughout

the quarter greatly inconvenienced our customers and front-line

employees, reducing revenues significantly.  On the cost side,

while we are pleased that we were able to reach a tentative pilot

contract, the financial implications of the agreement, coupled

with the higher price of jet fuel, will further impact our

results.  Therefore, we expect to post a loss in the third

quarter and probably in the fourth quarter as well."

     The company experienced an abnormally high level of delays

and cancellations throughout the peak travel season.  In

response, it adjusted its schedule to reduce the inconvenience

caused by the disruptions to its customers and front-line

employees, and this, combined with the effect of the disruptions

themselves, had a significant effect on revenues.

     Affecting the company's costs are the recent tentative pilot

contract agreement and the higher cost of jet fuel.  The cost of

the tentative pilot agreement, as well as the expected impact of

other labor agreements which the company is now negotiating, will

be greater than originally anticipated.  The higher price of fuel

is also a cost factor.  The company has a hedge program in place

against crude oil cost increases for the year.  However, the cost

of jet fuel has risen at a higher rate than the cost of crude oil,

and this will affect the company's costs for the quarter.

     "While the quarter's events are negatively impacting our

financial performance," Goodwin commented, "we are making every

effort to improve our operations and restore our customers'

confidence in United.  We believe that these efforts will help us

return to profitability.   I'd like to take this opportunity to

thank our customers for their understanding and our front-line

employees for their dedication under extreme circumstances."

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                              - 2 -

A summary of the material terms of the tentative United-ALPA 2000
    contract agreement will be available today on

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation
Reform Act of 1995: The information contained in the outlook
section of this press release is forward looking and involves
risks and uncertainties that could result in actual results
differing materially from expected results. Some factors that
could significantly impact revenues and costs include, without
limitation: the airline pricing environment; industry capacity
decisions; competitors' route decisions; the success of the
company's cost control efforts; the cost of crude oil and jet
fuel; the success of fuel hedging strategies; the results of
union contract negotiation and ratification processes and their
impact on labor costs; operational disruptions as a result of bad
weather, air traffic control-related difficulties and the impact
of labor issues; the growth of e-commerce and off-tariff
distribution channels; the implementation of customer service
improvement strategies; actions of the U.S., foreign and local
governments; foreign currency exchange rate fluctuations; the
Pacific economic environment and travel patterns; the stability
of the U.S. economy; inflation; the economic environment of the
airline industry and the economic environment in general.

                             - UAL -

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