United Airlines announced the resumption of more than 25 international destinations in September. These routes include Australia, Asia, India, Israel, and Latin America. The airline also plans to renew flights to popular holiday destinations like the Caribbean, Hawaii, and Mexico.
“We continue to be realistic in our approach to building back our international and domestic schedules by closely monitoring customer demand and flying where people want to go,” said Patrick Quayle, United’s vice president of International Network and Alliances.
“In September, we’re adding even more options for leisure travelers or those who want to visit friends and relatives. Whether that’s within the United States or around the world.”
U.S Domestic flights
There will be more than 800 flights from United’s mid-continental hubs in Chicago, Denver, and Houston.
UA adds more than 40 daily flights on more than 48 destinations across the country
Flights are also increasing to Honolulu, Kona and Maui in Hawaii.
United Airlines plans to resume a 3-weekly flights between Los Angeles and Sydney. Herewith, they’re waiting for government approval to resume flights between Chicago and Hong-Kong.
- UA starts new service between Chicago and Tel-Aviv
- Resumes service from Houston to Amsterdam and Frankfurt
- Resumes flights from San Francisco to Munich
- Increasing flights from Chicago to Frankfurt and from San Francisco to London
- Continuing flights from USA to Dehli and Mumbai.
Latin America / Caribbean flights
- United Airlines resumes flights from Houston to Aguascalientes, Tampico and also in Veracruz
- Starts flights from New York / Newark to St. Thomas
- Also starts a new service from San Juan to Chicago and Washington-Dulles.
- Re-news flights between Denver and Cabo San Lucas
- Adding more flights from Houston to Quito, Ecuador
- Resumes flights between Costa Rica and Houston