Published on : Wednesday, November 22, 2017
The new service comes as United Airlines looks to harden its network by increasing connecting opportunities at its hub airports.
United Airlines said it is adjusting the times of its arriving and departing banks of flights at Chicago O’Hare.
United Airlines has already implemented a similar change at its Houston hub, said the change will both shorten the customers’ connection times and increase the number of connecting flights in its schedule.
These new routes will come from Chicago O’Hare. There are twice-daily flights to Wilmington and El Paso begin April 9 while a seasonal once-daily route to Fresno begins June 7.
United Airlines is adding four routes from its hub in Los Angeles. The two of those will be year-round, with twice-daily service to the Oregon cities of Medford and Redmond starting April 9.
To the Montana cities of Kalispell and Missoula, a seasonal schedule featuring one daily round-trip flight begins June 7.
United Airlines will also add two daily round-trip flights between Newark Liberty and Elmira; two daily round-trip flights between Washington Dulles and Wilmington; and one daily round-trip flight between Denver and Jacksonville, Fla. All of those routes launch April 9.