United Launches Nonstop Reagan National to San Francisco Service

By Paul Riegler on 6 March 2012
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United Airlines announced it will begin service between Washington, D.C.’s Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) starting on May 15.

United will operate Boeing 737-700 aircraft with 124 seats, 12 in first class and 112 in the main cabin.  The westbound flight will depart DCA at 8 a.m., arriving in San Francisco shortly after 11 a.m., local time  The eastbound flight departs SFO at 1 p.m., arriving in Washington, D.C. at 9:17 p.m.

The new flight is possible thanks to the recent Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization bill that allows airlines to fly five new routes out of DCA beyond the 1,250-mile perimeter.

American Airlines recently announced it will start nonstop service from DCA to Los Angeles.

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