The Oklahoman

United Airlines will add new internatio­nal routes next year


United Airlines said Thursday it will launch its biggest expansion of transAtlan­tic service next year, a vote of confidence that internatio­nal travel will rebound from the depths of the pandemic.

Airline officials said that they will add five new destinatio­ns in Jordan, Norway, Portugal’s Azores and Spain’s Canary Islands and Palma de Mallorca. The flights will start in May and June from Newark, New Jersey, and Dulles Airport outside Washington.

United said it will also expand service from the U.S. to five major destinatio­ns in Europe – Berlin, Munich, Rome, Milan and Dublin – and seek approval from foreign government­s to resume seven routes to Europe and Asia that were suspended during the pandemic.

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