United Airlines to Resume Service on Over 2 Dozen International Routes in November

By Kurt Stolz on 2 October 2020
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Maui and the Pacific Ocean

United Airlines said Friday it plans to restart 29 international routes come November.

The Chicago-based carrier said it would operate 38% of its international schedule this November as compared to the same period in 2019, a six-percentage-point increase compared to October 2020.

The airline said its focus in determining which routes to restart was to add warm weather and beach destinations as well as  “visiting friends and relatives” service between multiple cities, said Patrick Quayle, the airline’s vice president of international network and alliances.

The list of routes that will return includes Denver-Frankfurt, Houston-Frankfurt, San Francisco-Taipei, and San Francisco and Seoul. In addition, the airline will link Houston with Santiago, Chile, and with Rio de Janeiro, and also

It will also reintroduce multiple flights to Caribbean and Central American destinations including Antigua, Curacao, Grand Cayman, Managua, Nassau, and St. Lucia, and flights to cities in Mexico including Acapulco and Zihautanejo.

In addition to the international destinations, the airline plans to operate 49% of its domestic schedule as compared to November 2019.  It will reintroduce service between San Francisco and Tampa as well as service linking Denver and Miami.   It will increase the overall number of flights to Hawaii and restart service between Los Angeles and Maui.

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