United expands service to more than 40 cities


United Airlines today announced it will begin new daily service between its hub at Washington Dulles International Airport and Miami International Airport. United’s newest route announcement builds on the airline’s focus to offer its customers more opportunities to conveniently connect to more domestic and international destinations than ever before by boosting connectivity and expanding service from its seven U.S. gateways.

chicago skylineUnited is also increasing flying between its Washington Dulles hub and Orlando and Tampa. Beginning Nov. 28, 2018, through Jan. 6, 2019, United will increase to five daily flights to Orlando, and between Dec. 26, 2018, through Jan. 26, 2019, the airline will increase to four daily flights to Tampa.

From Dec.19, 2018, through March 30, 2019, United will offer daily service between Washington Dulles and Miami and twice daily service during peak holiday travel, Dec. 24, 2018, through Jan. 6, 2019, with Airbus A319 aircraft. Tickets are now available for purchase.

In addition to its new service between Washington Dulles and Miami, United offers up to 16 daily flights to Miami from its hubs in ChicagoDenverHoustonNew York/Newark and San Francisco.

This year, United has expanded service throughout Florida including Key WestFort LauderdaleFort MyersOrlandoTampaSarasota and West Palm Beach from its hubs in New York/Newark and Washington Dulles.

Boosting hub connectivity to domestic and international destinations

In the last four months, United has launched service to 33 destinations in 18 states from its domestic hubs. From each hub, the new flights offer customers hundreds of connection opportunities to destinations throughout the United States and to more than 110 international destinations in more than 50 countries around the world. In addition to new destinations, United has expanded service to more than 40 U.S. cities by adding either more flights or larger aircraft.

“We want to make United the first choice for customers when planning travel,” said Ankit Gupta, United’s vice president of Domestic Network Planning. “To do this we are focusing on the strengths of our hub cities, which are the largest centers for business and tourism travel in the country and key gateways for customers to easily and conveniently connect to thousands of cities throughout the United States and beyond. The new destinations and the service expansions that we’re launching this year provide customers more choice and more opportunities to travel to the destinations that are most important to them.”

United’s new routes include:

United Hub

New Destination

Chicago (ORD)

Bismarck, ND (BIS)

Brownsville, TX (BRO)

El Paso, TX (ELP)

Fresno, CA (FAT)

Salina, KS (SLN)

Shenandoah, VA (SHD)

Wilmington, NC (ILM)

Denver (DEN)

Appleton, WI (ATW)

Jacksonville, FL (JAX)

Mammoth, CA (MMH)

Moab, UT (CNY)

Monterey, CA (MRY)

Norfolk, VA (ORF)

Prescott, AZ (PRC)

Vernal, UT (VEL)

Houston (IAH)

Akron-Canton, OH (CAK)

Dayton, OH (DAY)

Los Angeles (LAX)

Eureka, CA (ACV)

Glacier National Park/Kalispell, MT (FCA)

Mammoth, CA (MMH)

Medford, OR (MFR)

Missoula, MT (MSO)

Prescott, AZ (PRC)

Redmond, OR (RDM)

Sun Valley, ID (SUN)

New York/Newark (EWR)

Elmira, NY (ELM)

Presque Isle, ME (PQI)

Rapid City, SD (RAP)

San Francisco (SFO)

Madison, WI (MSN)

Washington Dulles (IAD)

Lewisburg, WV (LWB)

Plattsburgh, NY (PBG)

Shenandoah, VA (SHD)

Wilmington, NC (ILM)

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