United Announces Plans to Resume Service on (30) Intl Routes in September
August 1, 2020
Consistent with United management’s conservative approach to restore service in light of the ever present COVID-19 pandemic, United today announced a plan to resume service to nearly 30 international routes in Asia, India, Australia, Israel and Latin America as well as serve to many popular vacation destinations in the Caribbean, Hawaii and Mexico.
Plans call for a resumption in service restoring the domestic network schedule to 40% of the pre-COVID schedule and the international network schedule to 30% as compared to September 2019.
Domestic service includes increases in frequency to: Austin, TX, Colorado Springs, CO, Santa Barbara, CA, as well as Honolulu, Kona and Maui in the Hawaiian Islands.
International service includes the inauguration of service between Chicago and Tel Aviv and eight additional Atlantic and Pacific routes to include restoration of service to Europe from Houston as well as increased service in Latin America/Caribbean. Pacific service restoration includes the return of Chicago to Hong Kong (subject to government approval) and three times weekly service between LAX and SYD. Read more on Flying Together.