There is a good news for flyers of United Airlines from California. The airline has started new routes from California.
The airline is returning to operate flights from Santa Maria which it stopped in 2016. Prior to 2016, it has been operating flights from SMX airport of Santa Maria since 1987.
Santa Maria to Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco will be the three route getting operational from June 4, 2020. These will be serviced by 50-seater Bombardier CRJ200 airplanes.
Besides, the airline will also be serving the Milwaukee to San Francisco route beginning June 4, 2020.
The airline is also going to introduce a shuttle like service between Newark and Reagan National Airport of Washington (DCA).
On the international sectors, the airline is planning four new flights to Tokyo Haneda (HND) airport.
It shall be noted that the airline is growing rapidly which will required a growth in capacity of about 4-6% on annual basis. In this expansion plan, the airline is paying good attention to its Denver hub. It has already sought increasing the number of gates at the airport for its flights.