United Airlines has confirmed plans to launch a second daily nonstop flight between Hong Kong and San
Beginning 27 October 2019 (eastbound), United will operate
two daily nonstop flights between Hong Kong and San Francisco
giving customers the choice of a midday or late-night departure
from both airports.
“The addition of a second daily nonstop flight between Hong
Kong and San Francisco offers customers more flexibility and convenience when planning travel to San Francisco and beyond via
our largest hub on the West Coast,” said Patrick Quayle, United’s
Vice President of International Network. “We look forward to
offering customers a schedule that fits their travel needs with convenient times and greater connectivity to United’s extensive
and growing network.”
This year, United has started a nonstop seasonal
service from San Francisco to Amsterdam, and extended Auckland,
New Zealand and Tahiti, French Polynesia services to year-round.
The airline also began a second daily flight to Seoul, South Korea
and twice-daily service to Toronto, Canada. In October, United
will begin seasonal nonstop service to Melbourne, Australia and
new seasonal service to New Delhi in December.
new routes, the airline will serve 29 international destinations
from San Francisco, including eight cities in Europe, India and
the Middle East, seven in North America, and 14 in Asia and
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