United has unveiled plans to rapidly expand its UK and European schedule for summer, following the launch of its Boston-Heathrow service earlier this month.
The airline will launch or resume 30 transatlantic flights between mid-April and early June to destinations including the UK, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and France.
New daily flights between Boston and Heathrow began on April 14, adding to United’s non-stop services to Heathrow from its seven hubs.
The carrier’s transatlantic route network will be more than 25% larger than it was in 2019.
“We have long anticipated a strong demand recovery, evidenced by our large, strategic expansion in Europe, and with these new flights, we’re proud to offer our customers more options and access than ever before,” said Patrick Quayle, senior vice president of international network and alliances.
“United continues to leverage its leading global network in new and exciting ways to help our customers make meaningful memories and experience new cultures around the world.”
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