Old Jul 24, 08, 1:05 pm
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beanex
 
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United publishes all route changes for Sept and Nov

I didn't see this thread anywhere, but I received an email from my company about all the affected United routes categorized by hub city. Don't ask why some are airport codes and some are full city names, give thanks for United PR.

SFO - San Francisco, CA
Destinations Added (eff. 9/2)
LMT Klamath Falls, OR
OTH North Bend, OR
YYJ Victoria, BC (June 2008)

Expanded Service (eff. 9/2) Palm Springs, CA

Destinations Canceled (eff. 9/2) NGO, TPE*
* Note: Service will be restored between Tokyo Narita (NRT) and Taipei (TPE)

Destinations Canceled (eff.11/2) ATL, YYZ

Reduced Service (eff. 9/2) Arcata, Boston, Burbank, Dallas/Fort Worth, Eugene, Medford, Oklahoma City, Ontario, Portland, Reno, San Diego, Seattle, Vancouver, Washington Dulles

Reduced Service (eff 11/2) Albuquerque, Burbank, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Reno


ORD - Chicago, IL
Destinations Added YQB - Quebec City, QC, Canada (June 28)

Expanded Service (eff. 9/2) Calgary, Cedar Rapids, Cleveland, Colorado Springs, Edmonton, Las Vegas, Portland, Sioux Falls, Traverse City, Winnipeg

Destinations Canceled (eff. 9/2) FLL, PBI, MEX

Destinations Canceled (eff. 11/2) AZO, BMI, GEG, SJC

Reduced Service (eff. 9/2) Albany, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Burlington, Charleston, Charlotte, Fort Myers, Madison, Manchester, New York LaGuardia, Orlando, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, Tokyo Narita*, White Plains
* Note: Aircraft serving the remaining nonstop ORD-NRT flight will be up-gauged from a B777 to a B747

Reduced Service (eff 11/2) Albuquerque, Burlington, Cedar Rapids, Cleveland,
Columbus, Fort Wayne, Green Bay, Los Angeles, Madison, Manchester, Ottawa, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Sacramento, Seattle, South Bend, Vancouver


DEN - Denver, CO
Destinations Added HLN Helena, MT (June) YXE Saskatoon, SK, Canada

Expanded Service Billings, Bozeman, Casper, Edmonton, Lincoln, Sioux Falls, Reno

Destinations Canceled (eff. 9/2) ANC, CLT (11/2), DAY, FLL, LHR (10/25), RDU, RFD (June)

Reduced Service (eff. 9/2) Albuquerque, Aspen, Baltimore, Burbank, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Colorado Springs, Dallas/Fort Worth, Fresno, Gillette, Kansas City, Knoxville, Los Angeles, Missoula, Montrose, New Orleans, New York LaGuardia, Oakland, Omaha, Orlando, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Tampa, Vancouver, Wichita

Reduced Service (eff 11/2) Atlanta, Austin, Birmingham, Bismarck, Chicago, Columbus, Fargo, Los Angeles, Montrose, Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Reno, Spokane, Vail


IAD - Washington, Dulles
Destinations Added DME Moscow, Russia (eff. 3/29, pndg gov aprvl) DXB - Dubai, United Arab Emirates (10/26, pndg gov aprvl)

Destinations Canceled (eff. 9/2) BFD (10/1), BHM, FLL, JHW (10/1), LIT, MYR (now seasonal), SJC, SPI

Reduced Service (eff. 9/2) Cincinnati, Dallas/Fort Worth, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Orlando, Savannah

Reduced Service (eff 11/2) Burlington, Greenville, Jacksonville, Ottawa, San Diego, Tampa


LAX - Los Angeles, CA
Destinations Added SJD - San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

Expanded Service Bakersfield, San Diego

Destinations Canceled (eff. 9/2) DSM, FRA (10/25), GUA, HKG, ICT, MOD, TUL

Destinations Canceled (eff. 11/2) AUS, OAK

Reduced Service (eff. 9/2) Boston, Chicago O'Hare, Fresno, Mexico City, New Orleans, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Reno, San
Francisco, Tucson

Reduced Service (eff 11/2) Baltimore, Chicago, Orlando, Seattle, Vancouver


Station Changes
GSO Greensboro, NC Will be served by United Express only (eff. 11/2)
MYR Myrtle Beach, FL Will be converted to seasonal service (starting in 2009)

Station Closures
The following stations are scheduled to be closed as part of our fall schedule, effective 9/2.
ANC AZO BMI BFD FLL GUA JHW NGO RFD PBI
* Note: The Bradford and Jamestown stations are closing because our UAX partner, Colgan Air, lost the re-bid process under the Essential Air Service agreement.
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