United to realign its Mexican routes, dropping three cities

United Airlines Boeing 737-824 SSWL N14237 (msn 28802) MIA (Bruce Drum). Image: 104659.

United Airlines, according to Bloomberg, is dropping some Mexican routes due to decreased demand while adding another route.

 

United Airlines will end service to Mexico City from Los Angeles (October 4) and Denver (June 23).

The carrier will also end all service to Huatulco (June 23), Mazatlan (August 18) and Villahermosa (June 28).

On the flip side, United is adding a new route between Chicago (O’Hare) and Leon starting on October 4.

Copyright Photo: United Airlines Boeing 737-824 SSWL N14237 (msn 28802) MIA (Bruce Drum). Image: 104659.

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