in anticipation of another crazy trip summerUnited Airlines announced Tuesday’s transatlantic schedule for summer 2023 is a total of 37 destinations in Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East, more international destinations than all other U.S. airlines combined.
Many of the scheduled transatlantic destinations are the only ones served by U.S. airlines, or the only direct flights from the U.S. to international destinations are in San Francisco, Chicago/O Departs from New York/Newark, the airline’s hub. Rabbit and Washington/Dulles.
“Next summer, United will offer the best of both worlds: making it easy for our customers to visit Europe’s most popular cities, but also taking them to new places they have never been before. “We are busy again for international travel,” said Patrick Quayle, United Airlines senior vice president of global network planning and alliances, in a statement. We anticipate summer and are proud to build an industry-leading global network to offer our customers the widest range of destinations and the most convenient travel options.”
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The airline’s planned schedule includes the debut of three new cities. Malaga, Spain. Stockholm, Sweden; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. All three new destinations will fly direct from New York/Newark as the airlines are ready. Suspend flights from New York/JFK Late October.
United also said it would become the only North American airline to offer flights to Amman, Jordan. Azores, Portugal. Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife in Spain.
In response to growing demand for travel to Europe this summer, the airline will add six more flights to popular destinations Rome, Paris, Barcelona, London, Berlin and Shannon.
United also plans to bring back nine routes from last summer, including non-stop flights between New York/Newark and Nice. Denver and Munich. Boston and Heathrow in London. Chicago/O’Hare and Zurich. Chicago/O’Hare and Milano.
Tickets for these new summer routes are on sale now. Below is the new schedule with government approval.
- New York/Newark – Málaga, Spain: Beginning May 31, travelers will be able to choose from three weekly flights to Malaga on Boeing 757-200s, making United the US airline with the most destinations in Spain. There are also direct flights to Tenerife and Palma de Mallorca.
- New York/Newark – Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Starting March 25, United Airlines will operate daily Boeing 777-200ER flights between New York/Newark and Dubai as part of a partnership with Emirates. United Airlines will become the only US carrier with direct flights to Dubai.
- New York/Newark – Stockholm, Sweden: United Airlines will operate daily non-stop flights from New York/Newark to Stockholm on Boeing 757-200s beginning May 25. The last time United offered a flight to Stockholm was in 2019 for him.
- San Francisco – Rome, Italy: United will begin daily flights from its San Francisco hub to Rome on a Boeing 777-200ER on May 25. We are suspending flights to seven popular European cities,” the airline said in a release.
- Chicago/O’Hare – Shannon, Ireland: On May 25, United will begin daily flights from Chicago/O’Hare to Shannon. Other flights from the United States to Ireland include flights from New York/Newark to Shannon and direct flights from Chicago, New York/Newark, Washington Dublin to Dublin by Boeing 757-200.
- Washington Dulles – Berlin, Germany: Starting May 25, travelers will be able to fly between Washington DC and Berlin on the only non-stop flight available. This route is flown on a Boeing 767-400ER. “United Airlines offers more flights from the United States to Berlin than any other airline, and operates year-round from Newark,” the release said.
- Chicago/O’Hare – Barcelona, Spain: Beginning May 25, travelers will be able to depart Chicago and fly directly to Barcelona on the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. The airline said the flights were based on existing services to Barcelona from New York/Newark and Washington Dulles.
- Other flights to London – Next summer, United Airlines will offer 23 daily flights to London/Heathrow, including two daily flights from Los Angeles on March 25 with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. “United Airlines offers more flights and business class seats from New York and the West Coast to London than any other airline in the United States, and next summer, all United flights to London Heathrow will: We will offer all-aisle access Polaris and Premium Plus seating,” the statement said. .
- Other flights to Paris – On June 2, United Airlines will operate twice-daily flights from Washington Dulles to Paris-Charles de Gaulle on Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners. There are currently flights from New York/Newark, Washington Dulles, Chicago and San Francisco to Paris.
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