In caring for one another crazy summer travelUnited Airlines it was announced Its second 2023 summer transatlantic schedule, which covers 37 cities in Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East – more international destinations than all other US airlines combined.
Most destinations across the Atlantic will be the only ones served by a US airline, or the only non-stop routes from US Flights to other countries will be from New York/Newark, the carrier’s hub in San Francisco, Chicago/O. ‘Hare and Washington / Dulles.
“Next summer United is offering the best of both worlds: we are making it easier for our customers to visit the most famous cities in Europe, but we are also expanding our reach to give passengers the opportunity to go to new places they have not yet been to. They have experience,” Patrick Quayle, vice president of global network planning and unions in the United States, he said in a statement. “We look forward to another busy summer of international travel and are proud to build on our industry-leading global network to offer our customers the widest range of destinations and the best travel options.”
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The carrier’s plans include the launch of three new cities: Malaga, Spain; Stockholm, Sweden; and Dubai, UAE. All three new routes will fly direct from New York/Newark as the airline prepares to take off Landing flight from New York/JFK in late October.
United said it will also be the only North American airline to offer flights to Amman, Jordan; Azores, Portugal; Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife, Spain.
In response to increased demand for travel to Europe this summer, the airline is adding six more flights to the popular destinations of Rome, Paris, Barcelona, London, Berlin and Shannon.
United will also bring back nine routes from last summer, such as a direct flight between New York/Newark and Nice; Denver and Munich; Boston and London Heathrow; Chicago/O’Hare and Zurich; and Chicago/O’Hare and Milan.
Tickets for these new summer routes are on sale now. Here is the new plan below, government approval permitting:
- New York/Newark – Malaga, Spain: Starting May 31, travelers can take from three flights a week to Malaga on a Boeing 757-200, making United the United States airline with the most Spanish destinations. There will also be direct flights to Tenerife and Palma de Mallorca.
- New York/Newark – Dubai, UAE: Beginning March 25, United will fly daily between New York/Newark and Dubai on a Boeing 777-200ER as part of its partnership with Emirates. United will be the only US airline with nonstop flights to Dubai.
- New York/Newark – Stockholm, Sweden: United will launch a direct, daily flight from New York/Newark to Stockholm beginning May 25 on a Boeing 757-200. The last time United offered flights to Stockholm was in 2019.
- San Francisco – Rome, Italy: United will begin daily flights from San Francisco to Rome on a Boeing 777-200ER on May 25. stop flights to seven popular European cities,” the airline said in a release.
- Chicago/O’Hare – Shannon, Ireland: On May 25, United will launch daily flights to Shannon from Chicago/O’Hare. Other flights from Ireland to the US include New York/Newark to Shannon flights and non-stop service from Chicago, New York/Newark and Washington Dulles to Dublin on a Boeing 757-200.
- Washington Dulles – Berlin, Germany: Starting on May 25, passengers can fly between Washington, DC and Berlin on every non-stop service available. This route will be flown on a Boeing 767-400ER. “United offers more flights to Berlin from the US than any other airline, with year-round flights from Newark,” the release said.
- Chicago/O’Hare – Barcelona, Spain: Passengers will be able to depart from Chicago and head to Barcelona on the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner starting May 25. The carrier said the airline builds on its existing Barcelona service from New York/Newark and Washington Dulles.
- Other London flights – Next summer, United will offer 23 daily flights to London / Heathrow, including the second daily flight from Los Angeles on March 25 on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. “United offers more flights and business class seats from New York and the west coast to London than any other US carrier and next summer, all United flights to London Heathrow will offer access to Polaris and Premium Plus seats,” the statement said. .
- Some flights to Paris – On June 2, United will offer a second daily flight from Washington Dulles to Paris/Charles de Gaulle on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Currently, there are flights to Paris from New York/Newark, Washington Dulles, Chicago and San Francisco.