United Airlines (Chicago) today announced designs to launch nonstop service on several new international & domestic routes beginning in the spring of 2013, including:
- New flights to Latin The united states from Chicago & Washington, D.C.
- New service to Canada from Denver, New York, & Washington, D.C.
- Additional domestic routes from Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles & Washington, D.C.
- United & its regional partners will operate these new routes with a mix of mainline & regional aircraft.
These new flights will complement United existing service to Guatemala City & San Jose from the airline's hubs in New York & Houston.
United will start every week year-round service between its hub at Washington-Dulles International Airport & both Guatemala City, Guatemala, & San Jose, Costa Rica, subject to government approval. The airline will also start every week year-round service between its Chicago Hare hub & San Jose, subject to government approval. These flights, beginning April 13, 2013, will operate using Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 16 seats in United Business, 48 seats in Economy And & 90 seats in United Economy class.