United is increasing its summer network to meet demand

United is increasing its summer schedule to meet continued demand for leisure travel. June is historically the beginning of the peak summer travel season, and United is adding over 480 daily flights to its US schedule and ramping up to over 3,500 total daily flights across the system this June.

June Domestic Schedule Highlights

  • Over 40 flights to the Hawaiian Islands on peak days, including new service to Kona from Chicago and Maui from New York/Newark. United will be the only carrier to operate these routes.
  • Up to 12 daily flights to Alaska from five hubs including Chicago, Denver, Houston, New York/Newark, and San Francisco.
  • Over 500 daily flights to 66 national park destinations. United will fly to more national parks this summer than any other airline.

United’s digital concierge simplifies travel
United’s all-in-one digital Travel Ready Center offers customers a personalized guide of what documentation is needed for their specific trip. It also gives travelers the ability to choose from more than 200 COVID-19 testing providers across the country, book appointments and receive confirmation whether their test results meet their destination’s requirements. Visit United’s Travel Ready Center.

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