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United Expands Its International Destinations to 50 Daily Nonstops

United Expands Its International Destinations to 50 Daily Nonstops

As the first American airline to operate direct flights from the continental United States to Manila, Philippines, United launched its international winter schedule this year with 50 more daily flights than the previous year. Additionally, starting in December, United will be the only airline operating flights between the United States and Christchurch, New Zealand.

The first American airline to return to Beijing will be United when it launches flights from San Francisco on November 9. This will be the airline’s largest winter expansion in history, with more than 110 international destinations flown to and a schedule increase of more than 25% over the previous year.

United purposefully extended its network this winter by adding new routes and increasing flights to important destinations in order to fulfill the rising demand for international travel, including:

  • New service to Christchurch, New Zealand, and Manila, Philippines, coming shortly
  • New routes to Tokyo/Narita, Hong Kong, Brisbane, Auckland, San Juan, and Montego Bay
  • Daily travel to Shanghai and Beijing
  • extended service to Paris, Rome, Barcelona, and Athens

Patrick Quayle, Senior Vice President of Global Network Planning and Alliances at United, stated, “We continue to find new ways to bring our customers the locations and schedules that they want. United’s industry-leading international network has always set it apart from the competition.” “With our continued global expansion and unmatched connectivity, this winter is no exception.”

Both the United website and the United mobile app are currently selling tickets.

Historic Growth in the Asia-Pacific Region

This year, United witnessed an incredible surge in demand for travel from the Asia-Pacific region, and the airline is currently enhancing its network across the region to meet the market’s ongoing strength. Thanks to unprecedented expansion in the South Pacific, the rebuilding of its China network, and the addition of 15 daily nonstop flights throughout the Pacific, the airline’s transpacific network is 94% larger this winter than it was last. United’s network in the Asia-Pacific region will be larger than it was before to COVID-19 for the first time.

With almost 40% more flights between the US and Australia/New Zealand during the winter season than the previous year, United is experiencing the largest South Pacific expansion in aviation history. United will operate 66 weekly flights between the US and Australia/New Zealand during the winter.

Important points to note are:

First and Only Non-Stop route from the United States to Christchurch: United will be the only airline operating direct flights from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand, beginning on December 8th. This will be the first direct route from San Francisco to Christchurch.

New Service from Los Angeles to Auckland: United expanded its status as the biggest American airline serving Auckland on October 28 with the inauguration of its new service from Los Angeles to Auckland.

New Service from Los Angeles to Brisbane: United’s new service from Los Angeles to Brisbane will make it the largest carrier between the United States and Brisbane as of November 29

Additionally, United is still reestablishing its network in China’s mainland. The airline started offering daily flights from San Francisco to Shanghai on October 1st, and on November 9th, it will start offering daily flights from San Francisco to Beijing.

This winter, United’s network across the Pacific is 61% bigger than that of all other American airlines combined*. The airline has expanded service to several important markets, such as:

First and Only Transpacific Service to the Philippines: With the launch of its new San Francisco-Manila route on October 29, United became the only American airline operating direct flights from the continental United States to the Philippines.

New Daily Flight from Los Angeles to Hong Kong: United, the sole American airline operating direct flights to Hong Kong, launched a new route from Los Angeles to Hong Kong on October 28. United offers three daily flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco to the city overall throughout winter.

Service between Los Angeles and Tokyo/Narita: United began offering daily direct service between Los Angeles and Tokyo/Narita on October 28. United is going to link Los Angeles to both of Tokyo’s international airports in addition to its current route between Los Angeles and Tokyo/Haneda.

Increased Possibilities for Transatlantic Journeys

In order to give travelers more time to explore, United is extending several of its most popular seasonal itineraries, since transatlantic demand is still at an all-time high. This winter, United customers can benefit from the following additional nonstop flights:

  • Athens, Greece – New York/Newark: extended till November 28
  • DC-Dulles to Barcelona, Spain: extended until December 13
  • Rome, Italy – Washington-Dulles: extended till January 8, 2024
  • Every second day Paris, France – New York/Newark: extended till January 8, 2024

More than all other American airlines put together, United will fly to 25 locations across the Atlantic this winter. It will also be the only airline in the country to provide year-round, non-stop service to Dubai, Geneva, Edinburgh, Berlin, and Amman.

Persistent Development in the Americas and the Caribbean

In response to consumers seeking warm-weather vacations, United increased its network coverage in Latin America and the Caribbean by 30% this winter compared to previous. As part of its historic expansion, the airline launched two new Caribbean routes from Denver: on October 29, Denver to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and on November 4, Denver to Montego Bay, Jamaica.

United Airlines is expanding its network of Caribbean destinations, such as Aruba, Bonaire, Grand Cayman Islands, and The Bahamas, with flights departing from its hubs in Chicago, New York/Newark, and Washington-Dulles.

Furthermore, the airline has expanded its network in Mexico by almost fifteen percent since last winter, making it the biggest carrier in the Riviera Maya area. More than 200 weekly flights from eight U.S. cities—including daily flights from Cleveland and Boeing 777 widebody service from Chicago, Denver, and Houston—will be offered by United to Cancun during the airline’s busiest time of year during the winter peak. With up to two daily flights, United is also expanding its service from San Francisco to well-liked beach resorts in Mexico, such as Puerto Vallarta and San Jose del Cabo.

United continues to expand and is still the biggest airline in Central America. The airline is expanding its winter schedule to include stops in some of the most well-liked locations in the area, such as Liberia and San Jose in Costa Rica, San Salvador in El Salvador, Belize City in Belize, and Guatemala City in Guatemala.

Source- Travel daily

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