United Airlines New Routes

United Airlines recently annouced the following new Routes:

Chicago O'Hare-Monterrey, Mexico: Daily service to Monterrey will begin on Dec. 19, subject to government approval. United's United Express affiliates will fly the route on Canadair CRJ700 regional jets aircraft with 66 seats – six in first class, 28 in Economy Plus and 32 in economy.

Chicago O'Hare-Thunder Bay, Ontario: United will begin daily United Express service between Chicago O'Hare and Thunder Bay, Ontario, starting Feb. 14. United's United Express affiliates will fly the route with 50-seat Canadair CRJ200 regional jets. Chicago O'Hare-Nassau, Bahamas: Beginning Feb. 9, United will start seasonal service to Nassau. United's United Express affiliates will fly one round-trip flight each Saturday through July 27. The route, subject to regulatory approval, will be on 66-seat Canadair CRJ 700 jets. Chicago O'Hare-Jackson, Miss.: United will begin daily United Express service between Chicago O'Hare and Jackson starting Nov. 4. United's United Express affiliates will fly the route with 50-seat Embraer ERJ-145 regional jets. Chicago O'Hare-Anchorage: United will begin service between Chicago and Anchorage for "the winter peak-travel period" of Dec. 19, through Jan. 2. United, which will use 154-seat Boeing 737-800 jets on the route, says "this service is in addition to United's summer- season flights between Chicago and Anchorage." Denver-Williston, N.D.: Beginning Nov. 4, United's United Express affiliates add three daily round-trip flights between Denver and Sloulin Field International Airport in Williston. The United Express service will operate with Embraer ERJ-145 regional jets. Los Angeles-Kelowna, British Columbia: Beginning Dec. 19, United's United Express affiliates will add nonstop service Los Angeles and Kelowna. The flights will be flown on 66-seat Canadair CRJ700 regional jets. Washington Dulles-San Salvador: Beginning Dec. 19, United will add daily nonstop service between Washington Dulles San Salvador International Airport in El Salvador, subject to government approval. United will fly the route using 154-seats Boeing 737-800 jets.