United Airlines Cargo is now offering three direct international flights to Osaka, Buenos Aires and Zurich but will no longer fly to Buenos Aires and Sao Paolo from Miami International Airport.
UAL will fly daily non-stop service between Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Osaka, Japan and between Washington/Dulles International Airport and Zurich, Switzerland as of June 10. By the end of October, United will also add daily non-stop service from Chicago to Buenos Aires, reports schednet.com.
Flights between Chicago and Osaka will utilise Boeing 777 aircraft. Flights between Chicago and Buenos Aires and between Dulles and Zurich will be served by Boeing 767s.
“These cargo-friendly aircraft will significantly boost our capacity to these cities and provide more shipping options for our customers," said Neel Shah, director, strategic planning and business development.
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