United Airlines will add 11 additional domestic/Canadian routes next summer on top of the recently announced addition of 22 new domestic and four international routes.
Focusing on growth in Chicago O’Hare, Houston, Los Angeles, and Washington Dulles, the routes below will be begin in June 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Chicago to Colorado, Florida, Oregon and Halifax, Nova Scotia
Houston to Durango, Colorado and Ontario, California
It’s nice to see the Ontario – Houston route return. Even in the darkest days of the recession, Continental/United maintained mainline service to ONT. Perhaps, one day, mainline service will return again (as it did for Burbank).
Los Angles to Stockton, California
The new twice-daily Stockton service will begin on August 20, 2019.
Washington Dulles to Traverse City, Michigan
Typically when these announcements are made there is also new of route cuts. Thus far, I have not received any word about any subtractions from the network that will balance out these additions.
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More routes lead to more choices for consumers and lower prices. While nothing shocking, these new routes are a nice addition to the North American network. The new Chicago to Halifax service reminds me that I hope to finally get to Nova Scotia next summer.