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United Airlines in October will resume or begin new service on 50 domestic and 23 international routes, the carrier announced Friday, and will operate about 40 percent of its schedule compared with October 2019. The carrier this month expects to fly 34 percent of its full schedule.
The additional capacity is geared toward leisure travel, according to the carrier. United plans to resume eight routes to Hawaii as well as international service to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima and Panama City, Panama.
Of the 50 added October routes, 37 include United's hubs in Chicago, Denver and Houston, the carrier said. United on Oct. 25 will increase service between Newark and Tel Aviv to twice daily and between Washington Dulles and Tel Aviv to three times weekly.
United "plans to add more flights on days popular with leisure travelers looking to get a head start on long weekend getaways and will schedule fewer flights on days where demand is traditionally lower," according to the carrier.
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