United is Expanding its Transatlantic Service in London

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October 28. United Airlines announced an expansion to its transatlantic service in London with additional frequencies from its hubs and one new route from Boston in 2022.

United announced on Thursday that it is increasing the number of flights to London and introducing an all-new route from Boston, fueling the competition with the American-JetBlue Northeast alliance. Beginning next year, the airline will operate 22 daily flights from the US to London, including five new daily flights from Boston, set to launch on March 26, according to the carrier.

United also announced increased frequencies to London from its hubs in Denver, Newark, and San Francisco. The airline is also resuming daily flights to London from Los Angeles beginning March 4.

United’s new Boston route will be the first time the carrier has served London from an airport that was not a base, according to Cirium data. United will face competition from a slew of international carriers on the route, including American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, and Virgin Atlantic. Moreover, JetBlue Airways announced in May that it will begin service to London from Boston in summer 2022.

Source: Insider

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