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United Airlines is introducing additional nonstop flights to the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and France in anticipation of a robust resurgence in European summer travel. United will also be the sole airline in North America to fly to popular destinations in Jordan, Norway, Portugal, and Spain. In anticipation of a robust recovery in European summer travel, United has begun the launch of its largest transatlantic expansion in company history. From mid-April to early-June, United will debut or resume 30 transatlantic flights.
This includes new nonstop flights to five unique leisure locations that no other North American airline offers, including Amman, Jordan; Bergen, Norway; Azores, Portugal; Palma de Mallorca, Spain; and Tenerife, Spain. The airline is also launching five new nonstop flights to London, Milan, Zurich, Munich, and Nice, among Europe’s most popular business and tourism destinations. United is also resuming fourteen Atlantic routes that it had previously served, as well as increasing the frequency on six others.
The transatlantic route network of United Airlines will be more than 25% larger than it was in 2019. United will be the largest airline across the Atlantic for the first time in history as a result of this growth, serving more transatlantic destinations than any other U.S. carrier combined.
On May 5, United will launch a new capital-to-capital service between Washington, D.C./Dulles and Amman, Jordan. Customers will be able to tour Jordan’s other famous locations, including Petra, the Dead Sea, and the Wadi Rum desert, as well as the numerous historical sites in and around Amman. United will be the only North American carrier flying to Amman three times weekly on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, and will be the first airline to operate nonstop service between Amman and Washington, D.C./Dulles.
United will use a brand-new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft with United’s new distinctive interior, which includes enhanced seat back entertainment, Bluetooth connectivity, and overhead bin room for all passengers. United will commence flights between New York/Newark and Bergen on May 20, making it the sole U.S. carrier to travel to Norway.
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