United Airlines will fly its largest ever transatlantic flight schedule for summer 2024.
It includes the first and only nonstop flights between New York/Newark-Faro and new flights to Reykjavik, Brussels, Rome and Malaga.
The airline also brings back nine of its most popular seasonal routes to Portugal, Italy, France and Spain.
United continues to be the only airline to directly connect the US with Dubrovnik, Malaga, Mallorca and Tenerife.
“We’re now giving our customers even more flexibility and choice when planning their trips abroad,” said Patrick Quayle, United’s SVP of global network planning and alliances.
United’s new summer transatlantic flight schedule is on sale now at United.com
Beginning May 24, United will be the first and only airline to directly connect the US and Faro, Portugal.
New service from New York/Newark will operate four times a week on a Boeing 757-200.
United currently has an existing year-round service between New York/Newark-Lisbon, as well as seasonal service between Washington/Dulles-Lisbon, New York/Newark-Porto and New York/Newark-Ponta Delgada, Azores.
From May 23, United will resume seasonal transatlantic flights to Reykjavik from New York/Newark for the first time since summer 2022.
The flight will operate daily on a Boeing 757-200.
Additional flights to top destinations in Europe include a second daily flight to Brussels, starting March 30 and a second daily between Washington/Dulles-Rome, starting May 23.
United will also increase New York/Newark-Malaga to daily service on May 2.
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