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Active thread; UA-Schedule changes; +25% TATL 2022 capacity, Q2 TPAC down 65% vs 2019; June changes

UA publishes a schedule for 330 days in advance (called Beginning of Schedule) and in the past would make tweaks quarterly and things would be fairly settles 3-4 months out. Updates would occur Friday evening / Saturday morning (Chicago time). Routine additions could occur anytime.
20 Oct 2021
Originally Posted by EWR764 View Post
In the earnings call today, UA noted that has been transitioning back to its 'normal' (pre-pandemic) 90-day schedule load process, which should be complete in the very near future.
However, during the COVID era, UA has gone to a more dynamic and shorter-term setting of schedule (as has the other carriers). Presently UA, while UA is still publishing a schedule for 330 days in advance it reflects pre-COVID operational levels and is considered just a placeholder schedule. Then 3-5 weeks prior to a month, UA makes a major update of that month's schedule.

Examples (Major updates)
The October 2020 schedule was updated 4-5 September 2020
The November 2020 schedule was updated 2-3 October 2020
The December 2020 schedule was updated 30-31 October 2020
Holidays can move the major date a week earlier or later.
Weekly updates are still generally done over night Friday-Saturday (Chicago)

UA does not publish a summary of most schedule changes but a variety of sources below do and summaries / links of those sources can be found in this thread & wiki.


Always crosscheck with UA's Travel Notices , Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel waivers and information, www.united.com/coronavirus as the situation is dynamic

17 May 2021 United Airlines Takes Big Step Toward Returning July Flying to Pre-Pandemic Levels
23 April 2021 United Airlines Continues to Build Summer Network, Adding Over 480 Daily Flights to its U.S. June Schedule
25 March 2021 United Airlines Adds New Direct Flights to Coastal Vacation Destinations Starting Memorial Day Weekend -- include updated on international routes also
11 Nov We are Back! United Announces Return to New York's JFK Airport
09 Nov Responding to Thanksgiving Travel Demand, United Adds Over 1,400 Domestic Flights to Schedule
16 Oct United Airlines Announces Eight New Routes and Increases Flights to 19 Destinations in the Caribbean, Central America and Mexico for Winter Sun-Seekers
02 Oct United Airlines Plans to Increase Service on More than 40 Caribbean and Mexican Beach Routes in November
09 Sept United Airlines Strengthens Global Network, Adding New Nonstops to Africa, India and Hawaii
04 Sept United Strategically Adds Limited Capacity to October Schedule
18 Aug United Airlines Doubles Service Between San Francisco and Shanghai
12 Aug Adjusting to Customer Demand, United Adds New Nonstop Service to Florida
31 July United Airlines Plans to Resume Service on More Than 25 International Routes in September post
01 July - From UA Hub, United Airlines Adds Nearly 25,000 Flights in August , post 2888
09 June -- From UA Hub, Summer 2020 route network schedule update

RoutesOnLine reports
20 Nov United mulls additional capacity cuts in the fourth quarter[/utl]
10 Nov
United seeks to take advantage of Thanksgiving holiday demand
19 Oct United adds more Latin America routes
16 Oct United plans ‘aggressive’ competition on transcon routes from JFK
05 Oct United to serve China nonstop, plans more leisure resumptions
02 Oct United NW20 Long-Haul operations as of 02OCT20 post
09 Sept United Airlines adds Africa, India and Hawaii routes
04 Sept United Airlines Sep/Oct 2020 Intercontinental operations as of 04SEP20
13 Aug United targets Florida sunseekers from non-hubs
03 Aug More international routes return to United’s network
01 Aug United August - October 2020 Long-Haul operation changes as of 01AUG20
29 May United NS20 Long-Haul operation changes as of 29MAY20
02 May United 2Q20 Interim Long-Haul and NS20 update as of 0215GMT 02MAY20
02 May United 2Q20 Interim and NS20 Guam / Micronesia Island Hopper update as of 0215GMT 02MAY20
20 April COVID-19: North America market update - all carriers
18 April United NS20 {Summer 2020) Long-Haul operations as of 0400GMT 18APR20


**** The OAG weekly updates are no longer available on airlines.net ****
OAG Changes 3/2/2021: AA+ORD-BIL/FAT/GEG/ONT/SBA; B6+BOI,LGADEN,EWR-ACK/ANU/BQN/MVY/POP/SEA/STT/UVF; DL+CNY/DRO/LNK; NK; WN . post
OAG Changes 2/23/2021:AA In BOS-CMH/TVC,JFK-BOG/CLO/MDE/SCL/SNA,LGA-MCI/MYR/PNS;SY DFWSNA;UA In DENTWF,IADLWB,Out ORDOGS . post
OAG Changes 2/16/2021: AA Add PHX-ACV/BZN/CID/IDA,CLTAZS,DFWIDA,LAX-DRO/MSO,MIA-PBM/TLV; NK +CAKMYR; UA Cut HAV,Add HNLSNA . post
OAG Changes 2/9/2021: AA CLT-JAC/MHH/RNO; AV to ONT; DL Ends Some RDU/CVG/MIA Focus Routes, Adds LAX-IAH/OAK; UA Cuts SMX . post
OAG Changes 2/2/2021: AA DABPHL; AS Cuts EWRSJC,LAXORD,PHLSFO,PAE-BOI/PDX,More; F9 Axes 31 Routes; SY Expands; UA SJT; WN . post
OAG Changes 1/27/2021:3M to GSP; AA JFK-ATH/TLV; DL LGA-EYW/HHH/MYR,JFK-ACK/MVY; F9 New Routes; NK MCO-PAP/SDQ;WN FAT/SBA . post
OAG Changes 1/13/2021: DL Adds SEA-CUN/PVR/SJD,MSP-ESC;UA Adds IAD-ECP/PNS,ORD-FOD/MCW,IAH-SRQ Flights FEB-SEP . post
OAG Changes 1/5/2021: DL Resumes RDU-AUS/JAX/LAS, Ups FLL to 3X;B6 Trims MAR . post
OAG Changes 12/29/2020:B6 Adds EWRATL; DL Returns to JNU/KTN/SIT,SEA-TUS/PSP,BGRLGA,Exits CUNCVG;EI Leaves BDL/PHL
. post
OAG Changes 12/22/2020: Dozens of New Routes AA/B6/F9/NK/UA/WN;AA Exits VCE/MVD/EDI/PRG;BA Exits CHS/PIT/LGWJFK;UA to FAI . post
OAG Changes 12/15/2020:QR Into JFKMXP!;DL Drops CVG-BDL/CLT/MCI/STL,RDU-AUS/CLE/CMH/PIT,LAX-OMA/SAN,INDMCO,BDLCLE;AA Feb . post
OAG Changes 12/8/2020:Q1 Takedown AA/BA/DL/G4/NK/UA;UA Adds ORD-RDM . post
OAG Changes 12/1/2020: DL Cuts JAN More;4B Adds MSL-PNS; G4's New SNA Routes,Adds AZA-HOU (Phoenix-Houston) . post
OAG Changes 11/24/2020:AA Closes HPN/IPT/SWF;AS Adds SAN-SMF;WN Reveals SAV/SRQ Routes,HNL-LGB;DL Moves RSW-LGA to JFK . post
OAG Changes 11/17/2020: DL Guts JAN/FEB;UA Adds DEN-ECP/VPS/PNS/PBI/SRQ,JFK;LA BOG-MIA;CX Ends EWR/IAD/SEA . post
OAG Changes 11/10/2020: DL+MSPSRQ;F9 Out ICTDEN,Some Carib;LH Pauses 7 Routes;NK+SNAPHX;UA Pauses SMX . post
OAG Changes 11/3/2020:STOP THE HAMMERING;WN Suspends 100 Routes Till Mid-MAR;AA +EYW-MCO/TPA,SAVORD;B6 +JFKGEO . post
OAG Changes 10/27/2020: DL PSP-SEA,CUN-CVG/RDU,EYWLGA Daily;UA Adds BER Breaks Curse,Extends Sun Adds;4B BWIORF,EUGPDX . post
OAG Changes 10/20/2020:KEEP IT ROLLING (THE CANCELS);EK Suspends ATHEWR,JFKMXP,DXBSEA;UA Adds IAD-ABE/ERI/Carib,LAXSAP . post
OAG Changes 10/13/2020:ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT;ET Switches ABJ for LFW;AM Exits DTWMTY;WN +MIA/MTY/PSP . post
OAG Changes 10/6/2020:UPHEAVAL;B6 Suspends SJC/ONT/BUR,Closes ORH/SWF?;NK Adds CAP;UA Adds JST/VCT;WN Adds Many Routes . post
OAG Changes 9/29/2020:STOP THE BLEEDING!;B6 Adds BDL Routes;DL Adds SLC-ANC,FLL-LAX,PVD Gone till March;UA Adds EWR-OGG . post
OAG Changes 9/22/2020:PSP on everybody;AA Adds PHX-LAP/LTO;DL Exits ORH;UA Suspends HAV . post
OAG Changes 9/15/2020:AI Adds DELEWR,Cuts DELORD;DL Adds Winter LAXRNO;EK Suspends MCO;FI/KL/UA Suspend Long Haul Routes . post
OAG 9/8/2020:OH THE HUMANITY;AA+DAB-DFW/PHL;AM Cuts;DL+LAXSAL,Suspends PVG?;NK Exits IAG/PBG/GSO?;UA Suspends ITH/MHT post
OAG Changes 9/1/2020:AA Adds PHX-BIL/BIS/BNA/CVG/TUL/YYC,CLT-FSD,JFK-SJD;AS to JAC;DL Drops BZN-SEA,Reverses Carib Cuts post
OAG Changes 8/25/2020:Cuts Begin for 21;DL DROPS NUMEROUS ROUTES INTL ROUTES FOR SUMMER 2021, Adds SEA-ONT,MSP-TVC post
OAG Changes 8/18/2020:FALL FALLING;AA/AS/DL Cuts;AC Drops SNAYVR;UA Adds LGA-Florida,SAL-IAD/LAX,DENCYS,IADPQI,IAHTLH post
OAG Changes 8/11/2020:RELATIVE QUIET;9K Cuts Routes;DL AM Swaps,Drops AUS-CVG;BA/WN/NK Cuts;UA New Routes post
OAG Changes 8/4/2020:SEPTEMBER SLIDE;AA Drops LAX-YVR;AM Drops AUS;AS Adds SAN-SBA; post
OAG Changes 7/28/2020:SLOW BLEED;AA Cuts LAX-EUG/FAT/MFR/RDM/SAN/SDF,LGA-TYS,ORD-SCE;DL Drops HAV/TGU/BOS Shrinks Trend for drawdown by DL/AA/WN and UA continues post
OAG Changes for 7/21/2020:AUGUST SINKING;EK Drops EWR-DXB; DL Drops MLI-MSP; Big Cuts for DL/NK has relativity small changes for UA (and AA), much larger changes for DL , NK and B6 post
OAG Changes 7/12/2020:EVOLUTION Some backsliding on previous Aug increases post
OAG Changes 7/5/2020: Significant number of September changes, in addition to previously announced August changes post
OAG Changes 6/28/2020:CALMING SKIES (minimal changes)
OAG Changes 6/21/2020:August Under Fire;...UA Out of SMX (Some August updates)
OAG Changes for 6/14/2020:THE CALM BEFORE? (very few UA changes)
OAG Changes 6/7/2020 July 2020 (mostly North American for UA)
OAG Changes 5/31/2020 (mostly international for UA)

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30 Aug 2020
Change Fees "Are Gone For Good"(Worldwide ex-USA,non-BE),waiver til March2021 for all

Change Fees Are Gone For Good
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The only thing constant is change and at United Airlines, some of the fees associated with changes related to flying are gone for good. The carrier announced today that it is permanently getting rid of change fees on all standard Economy and Premium cabin tickets for travel within the U.S., effective immediately. And starting on January 1, 2021, any United customer can fly standby for free, regardless of fare type, on a flight departing the day of their travel, a first among U.S. carriers, while MileagePlus® Premier® members can confirm a seat on a different flight on the same day with the same departure and arrival cities as their original ticket if a seat in the same ticket fare class is available.

United is also extending its waiver for new tickets issued through December 31, 2020, to permit unlimited changes with no fee. This policy applies to all ticket types issued after March 3, 2020 and is valid for domestic and international travel.

The new change fee policy applies to all standard Economy and Premium cabin tickets for travel within the U.S. 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and customers will not be limited in the number of times they adjust their flights.

Additionally, United is giving customers more flexibility to change their flights on the day of their travel so they can head home if a meeting ends earlier or enjoy a few more hours on vacation. With the ability to list for same-day standby for free, customers will now have an option to take a different flight with the same origin and destination airports as their original itinerary if space is available at departure. This enhanced option will be available to all customers for travel within the U.S. and to and from international destinations beginning on January 1, 2021. Customers who want to switch flights will be able to add themselves to the standby list through United’s award-winning mobile app, on united.com or at the airport no later than 30 minutes prior to departure for domestic flights and one hour before departure on international flights.

The carrier is also improving the travel experience for its MileagePlus members including waiving all redeposit fees on award travel for flights changed or cancelled more than 30 days before departure and allowing all MileagePlus Premier members to confirm a different flight on the day of their travel. As a way to thank MileagePlus Premier members for their loyalty, beginning January 1, 2021, all Premier members will be able to confirm a seat for free on a different flight with the same departure and arrival cities as their original ticket. This expanded option will allow MileagePlus Silver members and above to confirm a new seat in the same ticket fare class if space is available. Earlier this year, United announced that it will extend status for MileagePlus Premier and United Global Services® members through January 2022. United also reduced thresholds for Premier qualification by 50 percent for each status level, to make reaching an even higher status tier easier.

For more information on United’s new flexible travel policies, visit https://www.united.com/ual/en/us/fly...hange-fee.html.




Change is here. Change fees are gone.We’re permanently getting rid of change fees for most Economy and premium cabin tickets for travel within the United States. This includes Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Learn more

For all other destinations, change fees are waived through December 31, 2020. See terms and conditions
We’re extending electronic certificatesTo give you more flexibility when you travel, electronic certificates are now valid for 24 months from the date they were issued. This includes all currently valid electronic certificates and all new ones issued on or after April 1, 2020.

This policy change will automatically appear, but it may not be reflected everywhere right away. We’d appreciate your patience as we work to make that happen.
Award flight redeposit fees waived

We’re waiving redeposit fees for award flights issued on or before December 31, 2020, that are canceled at least 30 days before the departure date. You can also change your award flight with no fee. Learn more about changing or canceling your award flight.
International travel advisories and waivers

For more information about international travel: CARES service exemptions for United
United Exemption 042520 FINAL ISSUED.pdf
United Airlines 2nd Exemption_051220_FINAL ISSUED.pdf
latest (tentative) -2020-5-5 Order to Show Cause

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Old Mar 20, 20, 8:14 pm
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United Airlines Continues Draw Down of International Schedule
CHICAGO, March 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/
-- United continues to aggressively manage the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on our employees, our customers and our business. Due to government mandates or restrictions in place prohibiting travel, the airline is reducing its international schedule by 95% for April. The revised international schedule will be viewable on united.com on Sunday, March 22:

Atlantic
  • United is drawing down its remaining trans-Atlantic operation. The final westbound departures will take place on March 25, with the exception of its Cape Town-New York/Newark service which will operate as previously scheduled with the last flight departing Cape Town on March 28.
Pacific
  • United will reduce its remaining trans-Pacific operation starting March 22, with final eastbound departures on March 25, with the exception of service between San Francisco and Tahiti and San Francisco and Sydney which will have final returns to San Francisco on March 28.
  • United will maintain some Guam flights as well as a portion of its Island Hopper service.
Latin America
  • United will reduce its Mexico operation over the next five days. After March 24, it will only maintain a small number of daytime flights to certain destinations in Mexico.
  • United will draw down its remaining Central and South America operations. The last southbound departures will take place March 24.
Canada
  • United will temporarily suspend all flying to Canada effective April 1.
In destinations where government actions have barred us from flying, we are actively looking for ways to bring customers who have been impacted by travel restrictions back to the United States. This includes working with the U.S. State Department and the local governments to gain permission to operate service.
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This is just utterly saddening. I hope this ends soon and the front line employees will not be forgotten.
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I am speechless. I hope all UA employees pull out of this ok on the other side. Much love
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Old Mar 20, 20, 9:46 pm
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Never thought I'd see the day where UA was not operating any international flights (not counting the Island Hopper..). So depressing and best wishes to all in the industry who have taken care of us over the years, whether on board, at the airport or behind the scenes on the phones, etc.
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Evacuating Tokyo tomorrow, HND-SFO. I can't say I care much for UA as an airline or company, but I feel for their workers and I hope they can make it through.
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The international drawdown hits me like a gut punch and I feel extremely sad for United (and the staff). They’re not my favorite carrier to fly but they were the airline that introduced me to regular international flying. Sad day for all of us.
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Old Mar 21, 20, 1:25 am
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If the "last trans-pacific eastbound flight" is 3/25. Does that mean the last trans-pacific westbound is 3/24 (or 3/23 given date differences across international date line)?
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Old Mar 21, 20, 1:37 am
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Originally Posted by Melodsal View Post
The international drawdown hits me like a gut punch and I feel extremely sad for United (and the staff). They’re not my favorite carrier to fly but they were the airline that introduced me to regular international flying. Sad day for all of us.
The situation is absolutely devastating. A very well-placed United contact is calling it “unfathomably bad.”

Lately the term “existential threat” gets thrown around pretty freely in the public discourse. This is a real-world example.

Things will never be the same.
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Old Mar 21, 20, 3:24 am
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Originally Posted by william818 View Post
If the "last trans-pacific eastbound flight" is 3/25. Does that mean the last trans-pacific westbound is 3/24 (or 3/23 given date differences across international date line)?
I believe its the 26th, with oversess metal returning to the US.
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Old Mar 21, 20, 3:48 am
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Originally Posted by jsloan View Post
UA has access to a 2 billion dollar line of credit from Chase. I do not.

If they had not:
  • Introduced language to ignore residual value on all nonrefundable fares as of March 2
  • Come up with several contradictory schedule change policies, each worse than the last
  • Started refusing to give refunds even in the most obvious situations, even when required by law and/or their own Contract of Carriage
then I might actually have bought some travel for later in the year, giving them liquidity. After all, I have quite a few PlusPoints available.

As it stands, I think I'll wait and see what promotions they might offer later in the year. Perhaps by then they will have rolled back their most ridiculous policies.
Same for me. I had been looking to book some travel for much later in the year, but holding off now. Will likely need to use up credits from cancelled April flights anyway...
I will just keep my cash for now.
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Old Mar 21, 20, 4:11 am
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Originally Posted by Weatherboy View Post
I believe its the 26th, with oversess metal returning to the US.
An eastbound TPAC on the 25th would have flown west on the 24th. If the last eastbound is the 25th then there’s nothing on the 26th, unless they mean 25th in a US time zone which wouldn’t really make sense.
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Originally Posted by J.Edward View Post
One other thing to add - even though we've all had our ups and downs with UA, if you can personally sit on a voucher, you may want to consider doing so. These cuts are deep and while I would guess you are owed a refund if you don't immediately need it, UA is going to be thirsty for cash.
I get the sentiment, I really do. But UA told me they don’t care about me, why should I care about them? When my April flight is canceled, I will demand the cash.
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Old Mar 21, 20, 5:10 am
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Originally Posted by nexusCFX View Post
An eastbound TPAC on the 25th would have flown west on the 24th. If the last eastbound is the 25th then there’s nothing on the 26th, unless they mean 25th in a US time zone which wouldn’t really make sense.
For TPAC I think they consider the eastbound to happen before the westbound, since eastbound originates in US. It is flipped for TATL.

So the final bank of TPAC departures from US would be on the 25th (US time), while the final TPAC returns to US would be on the 26th or 27th (local time), depending upon time zone.


[misreading]

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Old Mar 21, 20, 5:18 am
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Originally Posted by fumje View Post
For TPAC I think they consider the eastbound to happen before the westbound, since eastbound originates in US. It is flipped for TATL.

So the final bank of TPAC departures from US would be on the 25th (US time), while the final TPAC returns to US would be on the 26th or 27th (local time), depending upon time zone.
If you're flying east over the pacific you're originating in Asia. I don't know where the confusion is coming from regarding this. United's statement:
We will reduce our remaining trans-Pacific operation starting March 22, with final eastbound departures on March 25, with the exception of service between San Francisco and Tahiti and San Francisco and Sydney which will have final returns to San Francisco on March 28.

All of these are described as the final flights TO the United States, which makes sense because people want to make sure they can get back to the US from where they are. Therefore there is no March 25 flight from the US across the pacific, because if there was it would land on March 26 and therefore there would be a return to the US on the 26th.

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Originally Posted by nexusCFX View Post
If you're flying east over the pacific you're originating in Asia. I don't know where the confusion is coming from regarding this. United's statement:

All of these are described as the final flights TO the United States, which makes sense because people want to make sure they can get back to the US from where they are. Therefore there is no March 25 flight from the US across the pacific, because if there was it would land on March 26 and therefore there would be a return to the US on the 26th.
Thanks, I believe you are correct. Apologies for my reading comprehension issue!
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