United Airlines Launches New Nonstop Service

On April 6, United Airlines' first flight will depart Newark Liberty Airport at 9:50 p.m. and land at Ministro Pistarini International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina at 8:10 the following day. The return flight will take place on April 7, arriving in the New York area early on April 8.  

A Boeing 767-300 aircraft, with a passenger capacity of 183 seats with added legroom will undertake the maiden voyage.

From its Newark Liberty hub, United offers more than 200 destinations throughout the Americans, of which more than 100 are served nonstop.

The new nonstop service replaces the direct flight from Washington to Buenos Aires.

To book a flight, visit www.united.com.

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