United Expands Denver Service

United Airlines will expand service from Denver—one of its key U.S. domestic hubs—and apply the efficiency-savings generated by United's resource optimization program to add 32 more flights from the hub by June 2006. With this increase, United will provide 455 daily departures from Denver. This is a more than 7 percent increase over United's current Denver schedule and a 4 percent increase over last June. In addition to its previously announced new service to Toronto, United and United Express will increase frequencies to cities already served from Denver, including Boston, Baltimore, New York-LaGuardia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and St. Louis, and many more. In addition, Ted—United's low-fare service—will add one frequency each to Las Vegas; Reno, NV; and Ontario, CA.

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