United wants to fly the Guam-Shanghai route

United Airlines (Chicago) has filed to operate nonstop Guam-Shanghai (Pudong). According to Airline Route, the new route will be operated two days a week with Boeing 737-700s.

In addition, United is dropping the Los Angeles-Kelowna, British Columbia route on September 2 (switched to the San Francisco hub) as well as the Los Angeles-Bakersfield route on August 19. The company is also ending the Newark-Moncton route on September 18.

Copyright Photo: Ton Jochems/AirlinersGallery.com. Boeing 737-724 N16709 (msn 28779) taxies at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

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2 thoughts on “United wants to fly the Guam-Shanghai route

  1. N Smith

    The Moncton -Newark route is not seasonal, it has been in operation since 2006 with one flight daily. During peak Holiday times 2 flights were operated daily with a mix of embraer rj 140 and bombardier q series equipment. During the world junior track meet in 2010 service was upgraded to 737. No reason has been given and United Staff were in Moncton in October of 2013 hinting at an increase in service….

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