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United Airlines’ big long-haul expansion with 5 routes to Africa + India; P2P demand of 524,000

United Airlines will begin three routes to Africa and two to India, together with two domestic services to Hawaii.

Of these seven, only three are new for the carrier: Chicago O’Hare – Delhi, Newark – Johannesburg, and San Francisco – Bangalore.

Its coming Johannesburg service follows Newark – Cape Town, which it began last December on a three-weekly, winter-seasonal basis.

Chicago – Kona, Newark – Kahului, and Washington Dulles to both Accra and Lagos, meanwhile, are returning.

However, unlike before, when Accra and Lagos were linked with a five-weekly service from Dulles, they will now each be served non-stop....

This post first appeared on Anna.aero. Read the original article.

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