A United Airlines jet is loaded at San Francisco International Airport, Wednesday, one day after the airline reported plans to add 2,2000 employees to its west coast hub. 

SAN JOSE — United Airlines is eyeing the hiring of 15,000 workers nationwide after the air carrier decided to buy scores and possibly hundreds of Boeing jetliners.

The air carrier says it has placed an order for at least 100 Boeing 787 Dreamliners, “the largest widebody order by a U.S. carrier in commercial aviation history.” The airline also says it has the option to buy another 100 of the massive jets.

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