Major domestic airline carriers and several international carriers have announced new routes for U.S. travellers. Leisure and business traveller alike can expect new connections to cities large and small, on both rerouted and new aircraft.
New Routes for United Airlines
United certainly has been busy. The airline announced 22 new domestic routes for next year which followed even more route announcements internationally.
The new domestic routes are rerouting some flights away from Newark to now serve the Washinton D.C. area. New routes to EWR include those from Hilton Head, Pensacola, and Anchorage. These are brand-new non-stop destinations for EWR. Additionally, the Anchorage route is a new non-stop service for the entire area.
Other routes moved to D.C. include those to Elmira, New York; Lexington, Kentucky; and Manchester, New Hampshire. New non-stop service between D.C. and Asheville, North Carolina, was also added.
Jill Kaplan, president of the New York/New Jersey region for United, also announced that the airline will be expanding service from EWR to business travel destinations like Detroit, St. Louis, Omaha, Richmond, and Kansas City.