United adds flights to October schedule
United Airlines says it plans to fly 40 per cent of its full schedule in October this year, compared to the month of October last year.
The US carrier is flying 34 per cent of its full schedule in September.
Domestically, United plans to fly 46 per cent of its full schedule in October 2020 compared to October of last year, compared to the 38 per cent schedule it plans to fly domestically in September 2020. The airline plans to resume eight routes to Hawaii, “pending approval” of the state’s pre-arrival Covid testing program.
Internationally, United expects to fly 33 per cent of its schedule compared to October of 2019, which is up compared to the 29 per cent schedule it plans to fly in September. United will be adding flights to cities in Mexico, Central America and South America.
Resuming service to 14 international destinations including Bogota, Colombia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Lima, Peru and Panama City, Panama.
Increasing to twice daily service between New York/Newark and Tel Aviv and resuming three-times weekly service between Washington, D.C. and Tel Aviv on October 25.
Resuming or increasing service to Cancun, Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta in Mexico from its hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, New York/Newark and Washington, D.C.