United Expands LAX-Sydney Service

14th Jul 2005

United will offer three
additional weekly flights between its airport hub at Los Angeles International
Airport and Sydney Kingsford-Smith Airport in Australia, between
Dec. 15, 2005, and April 27, 2006.“Our service expansion builds on the success of our existing daily flight
between Sydney and Los Angeles,” said Graham Atkinson, United’s senior vice
president-Worldwide Sales and Alliances.  “This flight addition also
reinforces United’s leadership position in the Pacific, on the U.S. West Coast
and specifically at LAX.”
  The new Los Angeles-Sydney flights are timed to maximize convenience and
connections at both airports, and will be operated with B747-400 aircraft,
configured with United First(R) 14 seats, 73 United Business(R) seats, 88
seats in Economy Plus(R) and 172 seats in United Economy(R).


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