United Airlines Expands Across The Pacific - Airline Ratings
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United Airlines, the largest U.S. carrier across both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is adding more flights from October to the Asia-Pacific region, becoming the first U.S. airline to fly direct to Manila from the continental U.S. and adding more non-stops to Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Taipei.

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United Airlines will fly long-haul flights to 15 different international destinations across the Pacific this winter and excluding mainland China flying, United’s transpacific network will be 50 per cent larger than all other U.S. airlines combined.

Earlier this year, the airline added 40 per cent more flights between the U.S. and Australia/New Zealand. And this summer United is flying its largest schedule across the Atlantic, 32 per cent greater than the airline’s 2019 schedule and 10 per cent larger than the next largest U.S. carrier.

“United offers more flights to more destinations across the Pacific than all other U.S. airlines combined,” said Patrick Quayle, senior vice president of global network planning and alliances. “United is the flag carrier of the U.S. and we are excited to bring this new service to Manila while expanding access to Hong Kong, Taipei and Tokyo.”

Beginning October 29, United will fly between San Francisco and Manila. The airline is the only U.S. carrier to serve Manila from Guam and Palau, and will soon be the only one to offer non-stop service to the Philippines from the continental U.S. Starting October 28, United will launch a new service between Los Angeles and Hong Kong, building on its existing services from San Francisco.

In Tokyo, United will resume non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Tokyo/Narita, adding to its existing service between Los Angeles and Tokyo-Haneda. The airline will also increase flying to Taipei with a second daily year-round service from San Francisco, providing customers new time options to fly between the two cities.

Tickets are now available for sale on United.com and the United app.


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