United Airlines (UAL) today announced it will begin new service between six of its domestic hubs and eight destinations in California, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Virginia and Wisconsin.
The new flights, starting June 7, offer customers hundreds of connection opportunities across United’s world-class domestic and international route network.
“We are excited to begin the new year by adding eight new flights as we continue our focus on making United the first choice for customers,” said Jake Cefolia, United’s vice president of Sales.
New year round service
Hub New Destination Frequency Begins Aircraft
Chicago (ORD) Bismarck, ND (BIS) 2 flights daily June 7 ERJ
Denver (DEN) Appleton, WI (ATW) Daily June 7 CRJ
Denver (DEN) Norfolk, VA (ORF) Daily June 7 A319
Houston (IAH) Akron/Canton, OH (CAK) Daily June 7 ERJ
Houston (IAH) Dayton, OH (DAY) Daily June 7 ERJ
Los Angeles (LAX) Eureka, CA (ACV) Daily June 7 CRJ
San Francisco (SFO) Madison, WI (MSN) Daily June 7 E175
New summer service to Rapid City, South Dakota
In addition to the new year round services, United announced it will offer the only nonstop flight between New York and Rapid City, South Dakota. Beginning June 23, United will start summer service between New York/Newark and Rapid City, making it easier for customers to access popular outdoor destinations including Mount Rushmore National Memorial, Badlands National Park and Wind Cave National Park. United’s Saturday-only service between New York/Newark and Rapid City will operate with Embraer E175 aircraft and will depart New York/Newark at 10:00 a.m. and arrive in Rapid City at 12:05 p.m.
Enhancing operations in Chicago
In February, United will begin operating its newly enhanced bank structure at O’Hare International Airport to shorten connection times and provide better access to more destinations for customers connecting through the carrier’s Chicago hub. This operations enhancement, already in place at United’s Houston hub, will enable United to greatly improve connectivity throughout its industry-leading global route network.