LAS VEGAS- United Airlines (UA) is introducing more than 60 widebody flights, including aircraft like the Boeing 767-400ER, 777-200, and 777-300ER, for travel to and from Las Vegas (LAS) in preparation for the Super Bowl.
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Here are the estimated flight counts as reported by Ishrion Aviation:
- On February 12: 10 inbound flights and 14 outbound flights.
- On February 9: 10 inbound flights and 11 outbound flights.
- On February 8: 7 inbound flights and 6 outbound flights.
- On February 7: 2 inbound flights and 2 outbound flights.
- On February 11: 3 inbound flights
Furthermore, it seems they intend to increase their deployment of new A321neos, including 5 A321neos on the LAS-ORD route on February 12.
Recently, United Airlines has opened ticket sales for its new summer 2024 flight offerings, which include the following:
- New Service to Faro, Portugal: Starting May 24, United will introduce the first and only direct connection between the United States and Faro, Portugal, from New York/Newark. This new flight route allows U.S. travelers to explore Portugal’s Algarve region, renowned for its picturesque beaches and historical sites. The service will operate four times weekly using Boeing 757-200 aircraft. United already serves various destinations in Portugal, including year-round flights between New York/Newark and Lisbon, as well as seasonal flights between Washington/Dulles and Lisbon, New York/Newark and Porto, and New York/Newark and Ponta Delgada, Azores.
- New Flights to Reykjavik, Rome, Brussels, and Malaga: United will resume its seasonal route between Reykjavik and New York/Newark starting on May 23. The daily flights will be operated with Boeing 757-200 aircraft. Additionally, United is expanding its flight options to some of Europe’s most popular destinations. This includes adding a second daily flight between New York/Newark and Brussels, beginning on March 30, using Boeing 757-200 aircraft. Another new route involves a second daily flight between Washington/Dulles and Rome, commencing on May 23, with Boeing 767-300 aircraft. United is also boosting the New York/Newark-Malaga route, offering daily service using Boeing 757-200 aircraft starting on May 2.
As transatlantic summer travel demand continues to soar, United Airlines is witnessing a growing trend of customers seeking spring shoulder season getaways.
In the spring of the previous year, United experienced a 33% increase in transatlantic travel compared to 2022. The airline expects this demand to keep rising in spring 2024.
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