United Airlines Plans to Add 22 New Domestic Routes in 2019

By Anna Breuer on 15 October 2018
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United Airlines said on Monday it plans to add 22 new routes in 2019 including daily service to Anchorage and non-stop service to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, fromChicago, Newark, and Washington, D.C.

The airline plans to add non-stop service between San Francisco International Airport and John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Ohio starting on June 6, 2019. On March 31, 2019, United will also link Los Angeles International Airport to Eugene Airport in Oregon, Madison-Dane County Airport in Wisconsin, and Tri-Cities Airport, which serves Pasco, Kennewick, and Richardland, Washington.

In April, United will add non-stop service linking Denver International Airport to Charleston, South Carolina; Eureka, California; and Fairbanks, Alaska.

From Newark Liberty International Airport, the airline will begin to offer what it said would be the region’s only non-stop service to Anchorage, and it is also expanding service to Detroit, St. Louis, Omaha, Richmond, and Kansas City, Missouri.

The airline also put into effect changes to its East Coast schedule that were announced this spring, including moving several short-haul connecting flights to its hub at Washington Dulles International Airport – namely those from Elmira, New York; Lexington, Kentucky; and Manchester, New Hampshire – from its hub at Newark Liberty International Airport in the New York metropolitan area.  It is also adding new service from Asheville, North Carolina, to Washington Dulles.

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