United Airlines hass issued this statement:
United is increasing service to popular ski destinations across the United States. The airline has added three new routes this winter – Chicago–Reno, Nevada; Chicago–Sun Valley, Idaho; and San Francisco–Vail, Colorado – and is flying more flights on existing markets between its hubs and popular ski cities, including Aspen, Colorado; Vail, Colorado; Crested Butte, Colorado; Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Sun Valley, Idaho; Bozeman, Montana; Glacier National Park, Montana; and Reno, Nevada.
In addition to winter fun, United offers more ways to get to the Hawaiian Islands than any other airline from the mainland and is strengthening its gateways to Hawaii from its hubs in Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
From Chicago, United offers the only nonstop service to Hawaii and is now increasing its service to Maui to five times weekly while continuing daily, year-round nonstop service to Honolulu.
Denver has become one of United’s Hawaiian gateway cities and is now connecting more than 90 mainland cities to Honolulu, Kona, Lihue and Maui. In addition to offering customers more opportunities to connect, United is increasing from seasonal to daily, nonstop service to Kona, Lihue and Maui and continues to operate year-round daily service to Honolulu.
From Los Angeles, United offers nonstop service to more Hawaiian Island destinations than any other airline. This year, United is increasing service between Los Angeles and all United Hawaii destinations – Hilo, Honolulu, Kona, Maui and Lihue. United is the only U.S. airline with nonstop service from Los Angeles to Hilo, on the Island of Hawaii.
In addition to its five-times-daily service between San Francisco and Honolulu in February, United is increasing service to Kona, Lihue and Maui. From San Francisco, United offers more nonstop service to more Hawaiian destinations than any other airline.
Copyright Photo: United Airlines Boeing 757-222 N540UA (msn 25252) BWI (Tony Storck). Image: 910769.