United Airlines has confirmed plans to reduce its
international schedule by 95% in April, as follows:
United is drawing down its remaining
trans-Atlantic operation. The final westbound departures will take
place on 25 March, with the exception of its Cape Town-New
York/Newark service which will operate as previously scheduled
with the last flight departing Cape Town on 28 March.
United started reducing its remaining
trans-Pacific operation on Sunday, with final eastbound departures
on 25 March, with the exception of service between San Francisco
and Tahiti and San Francisco and Sydney which will have final
returns to San Francisco on 28 March.
United will maintain some Guam flights as
well as a portion of its Island Hopper service.
After 24 March, United will only maintain a
small number of daytime flights to certain destinations in Mexico.
United will draw down its remaining Central
and South America operations. The last southbound departures will
take place 24 March.
United will temporarily suspend all flying to
Canada effective 1 April.