Ted Expands Service

1st Sep 2005

Beginning this fall, Ted,
United Airlines’ low-fare service, is expanding its network to two leisure
destinations in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and West Palm Beach, Fla.  United is
the only airline that offers nonstop service from Chicago to West Palm Beach
on a yearly basis.“Our customers want low-fare service to these popular beach destinations,
and Cabo San Lucas and West Palm Beach are great additions to Ted’s
destinations,” says Sean Donohue, vice president-Operational Services, United
Express and Ted.  “This expansion complements Ted’s current leisure
destinations to Florida and Mexico, and completes our 20 percent route
expansion in 2005.”

Customers can connect to Cabo San Lucas through United’s U.S. hubs in
Denver and San Francisco.  Service to West Palm Beach is accessible from the
company’s U.S. hub in Chicago, which offers connections to destinations
throughout its global network.


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