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United Debuts Summer 2023 Schedule With More Transatlantic Flights Than All Other U.S. Carriers

United Airlines has unveiled their summer 2023 schedule which includes more transatlantic service than all other U.S. carriers combined, including new service to Malaga, Stockholm and Dubai, along with six additional flights to popular European destinations.

United Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Courtesy United Airlines / PRNewswire

On Wednesday (October 12, 2022), United Airlines revealed their summer 2023 flying program which includes new service to Malaga (Spain), Stockholm (Sweden) and Dubai (UAE), as well as six more flights to popular European destinations. The additional frequencies include Rome, Paris, Barcelona, London, Berlin and Shannon. In total, United will serve 37 cities in Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East for summer 2023, more destinations than all other U.S. airlines combined. During summer peak 2022, United saw historic levels of demand for European travel, a 20 percent increase compared to summer 2019. Tickets for all summer 2023 destinations are now available for booking at

In Wednesday’s announcement, United Airlines’ SVP – Global Network Planning and Alliances, Patrick Quayle, said,

“Next summer United is offering the best of both worlds: we're making it easier for our customers to visit the most popular cities in Europe, but we're also expanding our reach to give travelers access to new places they haven't yet experienced. We expect another busy summer for international travel and are proud to build on our industry-leading global network to offer our customers the widest range of destinations and most convenient travel options.”

In addition with the new flights, United will fly nine routes added last summer, including nonstop service between New York-Newark and Nice, Denver and Munich, Boston and London Heathrow, Chicago and Zurich, and Chicago and Milan. The carrier will also serve four destinations not served by any other North American Airline including flights to Amman (Jordan), the Azores (Portugal), Palma de Mallorca (Spain) and Tenerife (Spain).

Service between New York-Newark and Malaga will be offered three times weekly from May 31, 2023 with a Boeing 757-200. Starting March 25, 2023, United will also offer direct daily service between Newark and Dubai with a Boeing 777-200ER. From Dubai, customers will also enjoy seamless one-stop connectivity to over 100 destinations via their partner Emirates and sister airline flydubai. The carrier will also return to Stockholm for the first time since 2019 with daily Boeing 757-200 service from New York-Newark starting May 27, 2023.

From May 25, 2023, United will also launch daily flights between San Francisco and Rome with a Boeing 777-200ER, complementing service to Milan, Venice and Naples. On the same date, United will also add more seasonal service to Shannon, Ireland, with new daily flights from Chicago with a Boeing 757-200. The carrier also offers direct service to Dublin from Chicago, Newark and Washington Dulles. Also on May 25, 2023, United will launch direct daily flights between Washington Dulles and Berlin with a Boeing 767-400ER, complementing existing year-round service to Berlin from Newark. For summer 2023, the airline will launch new direct daily flights between Chicago and Barcelona with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, complementing existing service to Barcelona from New York-Newark and Washington Dulles.

Finally, United will be adding more frequencies to Paris and London for summer 2023, including 23 daily flights to London Heathrow. From March 25, 2023, the carrier will add a second daily flight to London from Los Angeles with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. In total, United will offer more flights and Business Class seats from New York and the west coast to London than any other U.S. carrier next summer. All flights to London Heathrow will feature all-aisle access Polaris and Premium Plus seating. United will also add a second daily service between Washington Dulles and Paris Charles de Gaulle from June 2, 2023 with a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, complementing year-round flights to Paris from Newark, Washington Dulles, Chicago and San Francisco.

United Airlines’ shared purpose is “Connecting People. Uniting the World.” In 2019, United and United Express® carriers operated over 1.7 million flights carrying over 162 million guests. United Airlines operates the most comprehensive network among North American carriers with mainland U.S. hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Shares in the company’s parent, United Airlines Holdings, Inc., are publicly traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol ‘UAL.’

Source: United Airlines / PRNewswire


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