United Airlines will operate approximately 140 more daily flights over the winter to warm destinations in Florida, California, Arizona, Nevada and Georgia than it did in 2019. The carrier will also increase service to Caribbean, Mexican and Central American destinations next winter by 30% compared with 2019.
The increased domestic service will originate in United’s hubs as well as in Cleveland.
The carrier said it will offer up to 25 additional daily flights from Newark to Fort Myers, Fla.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Savannah, Ga., in the coming winter compared with 2019.
From Denver, United will fly up to 14 total additional frequencies each day to Savannah, Fort Lauderdale and Charleston, S.C.
From Chicago O’Hare, the airline will add up to a dozen total daily flights to Key West, Las Vegas and San Diego.
From Washington Dulles, the carrier will add up to 11 total daily frequencies to Charleston, New Orleans and Phoenix.
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From Houston, United is adding up to seven daily operations to Miami, Orlando and Palm Beach.
From Los Angeles and Cleveland, the carrier will add up to four flights each day to Orlando, Tampa and Fort Myers.
And from San Francisco, United will add up to three flights daily compared to 2019 levels to Orlando and Fort Myers.
In the international realm, United said it will add routes from Denver, Los Angeles, Newark, Dulles and San Francisco to destinations including Belize; Cozumel, Mexico; Liberia, Costa Rica; and Nassau, Bahamas.
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