United Airlines (Chicago) will begin weekly year-round service between its hub at Washington-Dulles International Airport and both Guatemala City, Guatemala, and San Jose, Costa Rica, on April 13. The airline also will begin weekly year-round service between its Chicago O’Hare hub and San Jose the same day.
All routes will be operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 16 seats in United Business, 48 seats in Economy Plus and 90 seats in United Economy class. The new flights complement United’s existing service to Guatemala City and San Jose from the airline’s hubs in New York and Houston.
Copyright Photo: Jay Selman. Boeing 737-824 WL N76516 (msn 37096) with the special Eco-Skies/Commitment to the Environment markings arrives at Charlotte.
Continental Airlines (Houston) will begin a codesharing agreement with ANA-All Nippon Airways (Tkoyo) on routes between the United States and Japan effective on March 28. It will be the first time that Continental Airlines has implemented a codesharing agreement with a Japanese airline.
Copyright Photo: Rurik Enriquez. Continental introduced its “Eco-Skies” logojet (with a green Blended Winglet!) on March 10. Click on the link below for further details: