United and Ted Make It a Breeze to Winter in the Sun

18th Jun 2004

People who love to fly south
in the winter for fun in the sun are going to love United and Ted more
than ever this year. United is now selling flights that will begin in
December in four new Mexican and four new Caribbean markets, as well as
new service in Central America and increased flight frequencies in one
Caribbean market. And now Ted, United’s low-fare service, is getting into
the act. Making the leap to international flying, Ted is now selling
flights starting in December to two Mexican hot spots. Some of the above
markets are pending foreign government approval.“Our customers have let us know they want more options to winter sun
destinations, so we are delighted to be able to respond with this robust
schedule to beach resorts and tropical destinations,” said Graham
Atkinson, senior vice president - Worldwide Sales and Alliances, United.
“We continue to expand our global network in ways that make good sense for
our company and bring great value to our customers.”

The new, resumed and increased United service includes flights between
Chicago (ORD) and Cozumel (CZM) in Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
(GCM); Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ); Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ);
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO); and St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles (SXM).
United also will fly between Denver (DEN) and both Ixtapa (ZIH) and San
Jose del Cabo (SJD) in Mexico; San Francisco (SFO) and Cancun; Los Angeles
(LAX) and Ixtapa; and Washington Dulles (IAD) and both Cancun and Grand

Ted’s new Mexican destinations include San Jose del Cabo and Puerto
Vallarta (PVR) from San Francisco.

Introductory sample fares*, which are each-way based on required roundtrip
purchase on United, include $209 between Denver and San Jose del Cabo;
$307 between Chicago and Montego Bay; $242 between Dulles and Cancun. A
sample fare on Ted is $159 each way based on required roundtrip purchase
between San Francisco and Puerto Vallarta. Customers who purchase tickets
on http://united.com/ or http://flyted.com/ by Dec. 31, 2004 will earn a
1,000-mile online booking bonus.

In addition to these competitive fares, United Vacations will offer
complete vacation packages served by many of these new United and Ted
flights. These packages will begin to appear on
http://www.unitedvacations.com/ during July. Existing one-week packages^
to Cancun start at $579, including roundtrip airfare on United from
Washington Dulles; accommodations at the Oasis Beach & Spa Cancun; and
transport between the airport and hotel. The same package with
accommodations in a deluxe oceanview room at the Riu Caribe starts at
$699. Accommodations in the Mayan Riviera, just south of Cancun also are
available, with all-inclusive packages starting at $994 when you stay at
the luxurious Iberostar Tucan. Visit http://www.unitedvacations.com/ to
learn more.



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