United Airlines to Add New Flights to Latin America from Chicago, Washington, D.C.

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 April 2013
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United Airlines is set to add three new routes to Central America on April 13.  The new routes will serve Guatemala City and San Jose, Costa Rica.

The airline will operate weekly flights from Washington Dulles International Airport to both Guatemala City and San Jose.  In addition, United will also operate weekly flights from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport to San Jose.  All three new routes go into effect on April 13.

United will operate the new routes using Boeing 737-800 aircraft.  The planes are configured with 16 seats in business class, 48 seats in economy plus, and 90 in economy.

In addition to the new flights to the Central American cities, United Airlines also operates flights to Guatemala City and San Jose from its hubs in New York and Houston.

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