United Airlines to Add New Seasonal Routes, Increase Frequency on Existing Routes

By Jesse Sokolow on 17 October 2013
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A United plane landing at JFK

A United plane landing at JFK

United Airlines announced it will add three new seasonal routes, one from San Francisco and two from Chicago, this winter.  In addition, the airline will also increase the frequency of flights on several existing routes.

Beginning December 12, United will launch daily, nonstop service from San Francisco to Sun Valley, Idaho.  The service will operate through March 30 of next year.

The carrier will also launch new nonstop service between Chicago and Gunnison/Crested Butte, Colorado on December 21, as well as service between Chicago and Steamboat Springs/Hayden, Colorado on February 15, 2014.  Both routes will operate through March 29, 2014.

United’s new routes will be operated by United Express carrier SkyWest Airlines, using CRJ700 aircraft.

In addition, United Airlines will increase the frequency on various existing routes, including Denver-Kalispell/Whitefish, Montana; Houston-Aspen; Los Angeles-Steamboat Springs/Hayden; and New York/Newark-Bozeman, Montana.  The airline will also increase frequencies from Houston, Los Angeles, and New York/Newark to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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