United Airlines has made this announcement:
In June, United will fly its largest schedule since before the pandemic to meet growing demand for summer travel. The airline is adding more than 480 daily flights to its U.S. schedule to offer an average of over 3,100 total daily domestic flights to more than 240 U.S. destinations.
This includes the addition of new flights to Hawaii, Alaska and Montana. Overall, United plans to fly 67% of its domestic schedule and 60% of its overall network schedule compared to its 2019 June schedule.
United will add nine brand-new routes in June, including daily flights from Denver to West Yellowstone, Montana – the closest airport to Yellowstone National Park.
In addition, United plans to add two new direct flights to Hawaii – from Chicago O’Hare to Kona, and from Newark to Maui.
And as peak travel season to Alaska resumes, United will restart service from Chicago O’Hare to Fairbanks and from Chicago O’Hare, Houston Bush Intercontinental, Newark and San Francisco to Anchorage. United will also introduce brand new service between Fairbanks and Anchorage in June.
June Domestic Schedule Highlights
- United will fly over 40 flights to the Hawaiian Islands on peak days in June, including new service to Kona from Chicago O’Hare and Maui from Newark – United will be the only carrier to operate these routes.
- United will operate up to 12 daily/69 weekly flights to Alaska from five hubs including Chicago O’Hare, Denver, Houston Bush Intercontinental, Newark and San Francisco.
- United will operate over 500 daily flights to 66 national park destinations including brand new service between Denver and West Yellowstone. United will fly to more national parks this summer than any other airline.
Top Copyright Photo: United Airlines Boeing 737-824 SSWL N77530 (msn 39998) LAX (Michael B. Ing). Image: 952307.
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