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United Airlines to Increase Services to Canada

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Friday, 22 February 2008

United Airlines is to launch flights to Quebec City and Victoria B.C. in Canada. United will also add flights to Helena and Kalispell in Montana, and between Los Angeles and Tulsa, Oklahoma. The services start June 5, 2008.

Visitors from Thailand can now reach more destinations in North America through our major hubs of Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Washington D.C., said Mr Joe Mannix, Uniteds Acting General Manager for Thailand.

The United Express service between Chicago and Quebec City will be operated by regional partner Shuttle America with an Embraer 170. The service between San Francisco and Victoria and Los Angeles and Tulsa will be operated by Skywest using Canadair regional jet 700s (CR7). Customers on these routes will benefit from explus, a regional jet service with three distinct seating options, including the premium amenities of United First and extra legroom of Economy Plus, as well as full-sized leather seats and large overhead bins.

Two daily Denver-Helena flights will be operated by regional partner Skywest using 50-seat Canadair regional jets (CRJs). United will now serve 10 destinations in Canada and six in Montana.

United will also begin a daily, seasonal service between Chicago and Kalispell, Montana, operated by Skywest with a CR7. Last summer, United served Kalispell and nearby Glacier National Park from Chicago with a weekend service.

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