United Airlines Resumes Service Between Chicago and Tel Aviv, Expands International Schedule
United Airlines will further expand their international schedule in September with a new three-times weekly nonstop service between Chicago O’Hare and Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion Airport. The carrier is also resuming their Chicago-Hong Kong and Los Angeles-Sydney routes.
In September, United Airlines will resume service three-times weekly service between Chicago O’Hare and Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. In a company announcement on Monday (July 6, 2020), United said they will further expand their international schedule with service between Chicago and Hong Kong as well as Los Angeles and Sydney. In August, the carrier will increase their current daily frequency between New York-Newark and Tel Aviv to 10 flights weekly. Today (July 8, 2020), United Airlines will resume three-times weekly nonstop service between San Francisco and Tel Aviv. The airline offers more nonstop service between the United States and Israel than any other U.S. carrier. In Monday’s announcement, United Airlines’ Vice President of International Network and Alliances, Patrick Quayle said,
“Throughout 2020, United has been the only carrier to maintain continuous daily service between the U.S. and Australia as well as the U.S. and Israel. As we continue building our international network, we look forward to offering customers more opportunities to travel between the U.S, and Hong Kong, Sydney and Tel Aviv.”
Starting in September, United will offer once-weekly service between Chicago and Hong Kong complementing their existing five flights weekly between San Francisco and Hong Kong. The carrier will also resume service between Los Angeles and Sydney in September. Throughout the crisis, United is the only carrier to maintain continuous daily service between the U.S. and Sydney, operating flights from their San Francisco hub.
Source: United Airlines