United Airlines is including 3 brand-new flights to its global network, offering travellers more options for summer season travel by flying direct to nations that are starting to resume to immunized visitors.
Beginning in July, United will use new direct flights between Newark Liberty International Airport and Dubrovnik, Croatia, between Washington Dulles International Airport and Athens, Greece and between Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Reykjavik, Iceland.All 3 flights
are subject to federal government approval. The addition of these new
paths reflects an increase in interest amongst United’s customers -in the last month, searches on United.com for flights to Croatia, Greece and Iceland are up 61 per cent.Customers can schedule travel starting today.ADVERTISEMENT”As countries around the globe begin the process of reopening, leisure visitors are eager to take a long-awaited trip to
brand-new international locations, “said Patrick Quayle, vice president of international network and alliances.” These three new routes open the natural charm of the outdoors for our guests.”They are also the latest example of how United is staying active in reconstructing our network.”Source