United Airlines will fly to 114 different international cities this summer and has expanded its flying by 25% versus last year to meet the sharp increase in demand for travel outside of the U.S.

The airline is already the largest carrier across both the Atlantic and Pacific and this summer’s schedule includes nearly 25 new routes. According to United booking data, international bookings are already 15% higher than the same period in 2022*.

Highlights of the 2023 summer schedule include:

  • New service to Malaga, Dubai, and Stockholm
    Additional flights to Rome, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Shannon, Edinburgh, and Naples
    Almost two dozen daily flights to London-Heathrow
    Service to unique places like Amman, the Azores, Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife
    Expanded service to Australia, serving Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
    10 daily transpacific flights to Tokyo-Haneda, Tokyo-Narita and Osaka
    Twice-daily flights to Seoul, South Korea from San Francisco
    Service to Hong Kong from San Francisco
    Tickets are on sale now on the airline’s mobile app and on United.com.

More options

“United will give travelers more options than ever before this summer – especially if they want to fly internationally,” said Patrick Quayle, senior vice president of global network planning and alliances. “With unprecedented demand for travel overseas, we’ll have more service to popular cities while also adding new and unique destinations for customers to explore.”

Among the new routes, United is adding a fifth Spanish destination to its global network with new direct flights between New York/Newark and Malaga.

Starting May 31, travelers will be able to explore Spain’s Mediterranean coast with three flights per week to Malaga on a Boeing 757-200. United flies to more destinations in Spain than any other U.S. airline and this summer will offer direct flights to three Spanish cities that no other U.S. airline serves: Malaga, Tenerife and Palma de Mallorca.
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