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United announces eight new Caribbean and Central American routes

United is increasing flights to 19 destinations and is adding eight new routes across the Caribbean and Central America this winter.

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The eight new routes starting this December are:

  • Los Angeles to San Pedro Sula, Honduras [3 times weekly service from 17th December,2020]
  • Los Angeles to San Jose, Costa Rica [Saturday only service starting from 19th December,2020 and daily from 5th January,2021]
  • Denver to Belize City, Belize
  • Denver to San Jose
  • Cleveland and Cancun
  • Washington Dulles to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

From January, United is starting flights on two new routes which are Los Angeles and Liberia, Costa Rica [3 times weekly from 8th January,2021] and San Francisco and Liberia, Costa Rica [Saturday only starting from 9th January,2021].

“These eight new routes highlight the continued expansion of our network and build upon our strong presence in Latin America. Our new and increased service offers travelers more opportunities to find warm-weather getaways and visit friends and family over the winter season.”, stated Patrick Quayle, United’s Vice President of International Network and Alliances in a press release.

From Houston, it is restarting services to Mazatlán (MZT) from December 19th. From Denver, United is increasing frequencies to CUN, CZM, SJD, and PVR. From Chicago (ORD), United is increasing services to Cozumel (CZM), San Jose del Cabo (SJD), and Puerto Vallarta (PVR).

In addition, from both San Francisco and Washington-Dulles, United is increasing flights to Cancun.Out of Los Angeles, United is increasing its flights to Guatemala City (GUA) to ten times per week. To SAL, the carrier’s flights increase to eleven weekly flights.

From Los Angeles, increased services are coming to CUN, SJD, and PVR. The same routes will also see increased services out of Newark (EWR).

Are you going to fly on these Uniteds’ new routes? Let me know in the comments section below.

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