CHICAGO, IL – Now is the time to make travel plans to Europe as United announced today new daily non-stop passenger and cargo service between Washington, DC and Geneva on its newly-reconfigured aircraft that has flat-bed seats in first and business class. The flight will connect the US capital to the world’s banking hub and to the headquarters of numerous international agencies.
United is also reinstating daily service between Denver and London from March 29 through October 23 (eastbound) and 24 (westbound), providing customers in the mountain region with non-stop passenger and cargo service during the peak travel season.
“Our service to Geneva and London provides our customers with convenient access to two international business, financial, and diplomatic centers that are also popular tourist destinations,” said Kevin Knight, senior vice president – planning. “We will continue to adjust our capacity to market conditions and seek new opportunities to serve markets that respond to our customers’ needs and deliver the results necessary to return us to profitability.”
The proposed schedule* between Washington Dulles and Geneva is:
Washington Dulles (IAD) – Geneva (GVA)
depart 6:00 pm – arrive 8:00 am the following day
Geneva (GVA) – Washington Dulles (IAD)
depart 12:00 pm – arrive 2:56 pm
The proposed schedule* between Denver and London is:
Denver (DEN) – London Heathrow (LHR)
depart 7:59 pm – arrive 12:15 pm the following day
London Heathrow (LHR) – Denver (DEN)
depart 1:05 pm – arrive 4:01 pm
*Pending government approval; all routes and frequencies are subject to change.