United Airlines has debuted its summer 2023 schedule, which includes six additional flights to some of Europe’s most well-liked cities, including Rome, Paris, Barcelona, London, Berlin, and Shannon, as well as new service to three cities: Malaga, Spain; Stockholm, Sweden; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. More than any other American airline combined, United will fly to 37 cities in Europe, Africa, India, and the Middle East next summer.
During the summer peak, United had an unprecedented demand for travel to Europe, up 20% from the previous year. In order to fulfil the enduring demand strength, it is committed to growing its network.
Along with the addition of new routes, United will maintain service on nine others that were started last summer, including nonstop service to four locations not served by any other North American airline, including Amman, Jordan, the Azores, Portugal, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, and Tenerife, Spain. These four destinations include Amman, Jordan, the Azores, Portugal, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, and Tenerife, Spain.
Malaga – Newark
United expands its global network by including a sixth Spanish city, Malaga, with additional direct flights between New York/Newark and Malaga. With three weekly flights to Malaga starting on May 31, 2023, travellers will be able to explore Spain’s Mediterranean coast.
Newark – Dubai
As part of its historic business agreement with Emirates, United will start operating daily nonstop flights between Newark and Dubai on a Boeing 777-200ER starting on March 25, 2023. Customers can then fly on Emirates or its sibling airline, flydubai, to more than 100 cities, giving them more opportunities than ever before to connect around the Middle East.
Stockholm – Newark
On May 27, 2023, United will restart flights from Newark to Stockholm for the first time since 2019. United started offering service to Stockholm, which locals adoringly refer to as “beauty on the water,” in 2005. United will reacquaint travellers with this vibrant, culturally diverse capital city with daily flights on a Boeing 757-200.
San Francisco – Rome
Beginning on May 25, 2023, a Boeing 777-200ER will operate daily flights from San Francisco to Rome as part of United’s expansion of its market-leading European network. Only United Airlines operates nonstop flights from its hub in San Francisco to Europe. Next summer, it will provide nonstop service to seven well-known European locations. United continues to offer flights from the United States to more Italian cities, including Rome, Milan, Venice, and Naples.
Shannon – Chicago
Beginning on May 25, 2023, United will add new daily flights from Chicago to Shannon, Ireland, giving tourists greater options for visiting some of the most beautiful regions of the nation, such as Limerick and Galway. The only American airline that flies nonstop from Newark to Shannon is United. Chicago, Newark, and Washington Dulles all have direct flights to Dublin. A Boeing 757-200 will be used to fly this flight.
Washington Dulles – Berlin, Germany
On May 25, 2023, United will begin operating a capital-to-capital service between Washington, D.C., and Berlin. Only United will offer daily service on a Boeing 767-400ER on nonstop flights between these two locations.
Chicago – Barcelona
Beginning on May 25, 2023, United will add new direct, daily flights on a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner to Barcelona, expanding its best-in-class European network out of Chicago. Next summer, United will operate more flights from Chicago to 14 European locations than any other airline.
Additional Flights to Paris and London
United will operate 23 daily flights to London Heathrow starting on March 25. A second daily flight on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will connect Los Angeles and London Heathrow. More than any other U.S. airline, United offers more flights and business class seats between New York and the west coast to London. All United flights to London Heathrow will include all-aisle access Polaris and Premium Plus seats starting in the summer of 2019. In addition to new flights from Boston, United’s most recent London expansion adds more flights from Newark, San Francisco, and Denver.
On June 2, United will also introduce a second daily route, using a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, between Washington Dulles and Paris Charles de Gaulle. There are now year-round flights from Newark, Washington Dulles, Chicago, and San Francisco to Paris.