United Airlines Adds Six New Routes

United Airlines said it along with its regional affiliates would launch six new daily routes, beginning Sept. 6. The new flights will include San Francisco-Toronto with daily service on a United Airbus-319; Los Angeles-Vancouver with twice daily service on an explus CRJ-700; Denver-Grand Rapids, MI, with daily service on an explus CRJ-700; Los Angeles-Oklahoma City with daily service on an explus CRJ-700; Washington Dulles-Albuquerque, NM, daily service on a United Airbus 319; and Washington Dulles-Birmingham, AL, daily service on a United Express CRJ200. The new service is year-round.

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