United Airlines announced Thursday that it will offer more than 100 new flights to US and Canadian cities this summer, making it easier for travelers to connect to some of North America’s most beautiful destinations, such as Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska, and Canadian cities. such as Calgary, Vancouver and Halifax.
The airline is conducting its largest Alaska flight schedule in the last decade and significant expansion of flights between the US and Canada. This summer, United will also offer nearly 70 daily flights to national park destinations such as Bozeman, Jackson Hole and Kalispell.
The company will offer more than 150 daily flights between the two North American countries this summer, serving nine Canadian destinations from its seven main airports in the United States.
Since the expansion of the alliance between United and Air Canada in 2022, the US airline has grown more than 70% of the Canadian market, driven by the shared goal of increasing accessibility between the two countries. Now, United customers can easily connect to 25 additional cities via Air Canada.
“We know people want to get outside this summer, and United is making it easier than ever to get to fun destinations across North America,” said Patrick Quayle, Senior Vice President of Network Planning and Alliances at United.
United serves nine Canadian cities with more than 150 average daily flights between the US and Canada, including:
- The resumption of flights between Halifax-Newark, Vancouver-Washington, DC, and Winnipeg-Denver, as well as service from Chicago to Winnipeg and Quebec City, all began in May.
- There are larger airline flights to Edmonton and Montreal from Denver and Newark.
- There are many flights to popular destinations such as Toronto, Calgary, and Ottawa.
The airline will offer an average of 10 daily flights to Alaska this summer, the most in more than a decade, and will introduce the only nonstop flight from Washington, DC, to Anchorage, connecting Denver to Fairbanks. Both routes will begin seasonal service on May 23.