United Expands East Coast Presence

United Airlines will soon fly to nine East Coast locations from its hub at Washington Dulles. Service between the nation's capital and Bradford, PA; Jamestown, NY; and Parkersburg, WV begins January 7, with all fights currently available for purchase. Service from Dulles to Altoona, PA; Beckley, WV; Clarksburg, WV; Johnston, PA; Morgantown, WV; and Shenandoah Valley, VA will begin in early 2008. Flights will be operated through United's regional partner Colgan Air, using Saab SF-340 aircraft with 34 seats onboard. United's Washington services connect to 26 international cities, including South America and Asia. Visit www.united.com. (JM)

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