United to Increase East Coast Flights from Newark and Washington, D.C.

By Jesse Sokolow on 14 May 2018
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IMG_3340United Airlines announced plans to increase flights to various East Coast destinations from its hubs in Newark and Washington, D.C. this fall. The carrier said that it will also begin new service to Palm Springs in the winter.

Beginning October 4, the airline will increase its flights from Newark Liberty International Airport to Pittsburgh and Orlando to nine daily flights each; service to Nashville to seven flights a day; and service to Burlington, Fort Lauderdale, and Norfolk to six flights a day each. The carrier will also increase service to Charleston, Greensboro, and West Palm Beach to five daily flights; service to Memphis and New Orleans to four daily flights; and service to Fort Myers to three times a day. Flights to Sarasota will also be increased to twice daily service.

From Washington-Dulles International Airport, the carrier will increase its service to Chattanooga, Tennessee; Ithaca, New York; and Scranton, Pennsylvania, to twice daily flights.

On December 19, Delta will begin seasonal flights between Newark and Palm Springs, California. The route will be operated through March 30, 2019. The carrier also plans to increase its Newark-Key West seasonal service to year-round service beginning October 4.

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