I haven't seen a thread dedicated to discussion the reduced mileage distances now being shown on United.com. This seems like a PR disaster in the making, and possibly also the ingredients for a successful class action lawsuit against United, since almost all the distances have consistently shrunk, and in many cases are less than competitors are showing. Let's post examples and competitive data where we can find it. For the past 10+ years CO has credited 2401 miles for SEA-EWR AS also credits 2401 miles for SEA-EWR (or maybe 2402) Neither the SEA nor the EWR airports have moved in the past 40 years www.gcmap.com lists the distance as 2402 miles Now united.com lists the distance as 2392 miles. That seems beyond the margin for error or the possible difference between different locations on the airfield. AS is the only competitor on the route.