United to Boost July Schedule as Travel Returns

By Kurt Stolz on 17 May 2021
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United Airlines said it plans to operate 80% of its U.S. schedule in July as compared to the same month in 2019.  Compared to June 2021, it will increase its domestic network by 17%.

The Chicago-based carrier is resuming discontinued flights and adding new routes.

The plans for July call for new routes to Bozeman, Montana; Orange County, California; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Yellowstone/Cody, Wyoming.  In addition, the carrier will adjust its bank schedule at its hubs at Chicago O’Hare International and Washington Dulles International airports.

“This July we’re taking a big step toward flying at pre-pandemic levels for our domestic network,” said the airline’s vice president of domestic network planning, Ankit Gupta, who added that the reason for adjusting the airline’s bank structures at O’Hare and Dulles was to offer better connections to passengers.

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