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United Airlines adds routes in 13 cities

United Airlines today announced additional service linking 13 cities to the airline’s global network with seasonal and year-round flights beginning June 9, 2010, to and from the airline’s hubs in Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington.

Six additional cities will have convenient access to Chicago and the world.  United offers more than 615 daily departures to more than 145 cities worldwide. 

 

City PairPeriod
Anchorage – Chicago

Maui, Hawaii – Chicago

Billings, Mont. – Chicago*

Kalispell, Mont. – Chicago*

Missoula, Mont. – Chicago *

Jackson Hole, Wyo. – Chicago

*Operated by SkyWest Airlines

Through Sept. 25, 2010

Through Aug. 14, 2010

Through Aug. 23, 2010

Through Aug. 30, 2010

Through Aug. 30, 2010

Through Sept. 30, 2010

 

Three additional cities will have direct access to Denver, where United operates more than 400 daily departures to more than 115 cities.

 

City PairPeriod
Anchorage, Alaska – Denver

Traverse City, Mich. – Denver*

Minot, N.D. – Denver*

*Operated by SkyWest Airlines

Through Aug. 30, 2010

Through Aug. 23, 2010

Year-round service

 

United will link five additional cities to Los Angeles, from which the airline offers nearly 200 daily departures to points throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. 

City PairPeriod
Bozeman, Mont. – Los Angeles*

Jackson Hole, Wyo. – Los Angeles*

Aspen, Colo. – Los Angeles*

*Operated by SkyWest Airlines

Through Aug. 23, 2010

Through Aug. 23, 2010

Through Aug. 23, 2010

 

Additionally, Saturday-only service between Cancun, Mexico, and Los Angeles and between Mexico City and Los Angeles will operate daily June 9 through Sept. 6. 

Two additional cities will have direct access to San Francisco, United’s principal trans-Pacific gateway.  At San Francisco International – where United operates more than 230 daily departures – customers traveling to and from Alaska and Montana will have convenient access to and from points in the western U.S. and Australia.

 

City PairPeriod
Anchorage, Alaska – San Francisco

Bozeman, Mont. – San Francisco*

* Operated by SkyWest Airlines

Through Aug. 23, 2010

Through Nov. 3, 2010

 

Two additional cities will have direct access to Washington Dulles, United’s principal trans-Atlantic gateway, from which United operates nearly 300 daily departures.

 

City PairPeriod
Colorado Springs, Colo. – Washington*

Quebec, Canada – Washington**

* Operated by SkyWest Airlines

** Operated by Trans States Airlines

Year-round service

Through Nov. 3, 2010

 

“We are delighted to connect travelers in these cities with convenient nonstop service to our hub markets,” says Greg Kaldahl, vice president of resource planning.  “Travelers will have even greater access to United’s extensive network of destinations throughout the world.”

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