Thu, 26 May 2016

United Airlines Launches New Flights to Europe

United Airlines has launched daily nonstop flights between Washington Dulles and Barcelona, Washington Dulles and Lisbon as well as daily flights between New York / Newark and Athens.

These routes are just the latest of the important and exciting routes we are adding around the world, including our new service between San Francisco and Singapore starting 1 June, said Marcel Fuchs, Uniteds vice president of Atlantic and Pacific Sales. The addition of these new routes to our already impressive global route network gives our customers even more opportunities to plan their visits to some of Europes most beautiful coastal cities.

This year, in addition to Uniteds new seasonal routes, the airline is welcoming several new international business and leisure destinations to its global route network.

- The airline is increasing frequency between San Francisco and Tel Aviv to daily beginning this October.

- Earlier this month, United Airlines became the first airline to offer trans-Pacific service between San Francisco and Xian, China.

-  Beginning 1 June, United will start the worlds longest scheduled 787 flight between San Francisco and Singapore.

-  On 1 July, United will start three-times weekly service to Auckland, New Zealand and will expand to daily service in time for the peak-winter travel season.

- Beginning 13 July, United will launch nonstop flight between Hangzhou, China and San Francisco.

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