United Airlines has added further options for customers to take long-awaited summer vacations by adding more than 400 daily flights to its July schedule and increasing service to reopened European destinations. This is United’s largest monthly schedule since before the pandemic. United plans to fly 80% of its U.S. schedule compared to July of 2019 and bookings for summer travel are up 214% compared to 2020 levels.
In the U.S., United will add new routes to Bozeman, MT; Orange County, CA; Raleigh, NC, and Yellowstone/Cody, WY. The airline is also adjusting its flight times at its hubs at Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport to provide more convenient options for customers. Internationally, United is giving travelers more options to visit Europe from New York/Newark by adding an additional weekly flight to Dubrovnik, Croatia and operating a larger aircraft to Athens, Greece.
As customers travel internationally, United’s mobile app and website provide a comprehensive list of entry requirements for destinations around the world and the carrier makes it easy for customers to search, book, and upload COVID-19 tests and vaccination records through its own digital platforms. The airline has set up an easy way for international travelers to bring a CDC-approved test with them, self-administer while abroad, and return home through an innovative collaboration with Abbott.Email Post to a Friend