United Airlines has
announced it is adding new service from Denver across the United States,
further strengthening the carrier’s second-largest hub.New nonstop
passenger and cargo service on United Express between Denver and Dayton,
Ohio, begins April 24; and between Denver and Kalispell, Mont., begins June
7. United is also resuming service between Denver and Raleigh-Durham, N.C.,
beginning April 24. Flights are now open for sale.
“We are pleased to continue to strengthen our Denver hub by offering
our customers service to new business and leisure destinations,” said Kevin
Knight, senior vice president of Planning. “In addition to taking customers
to national parks and ski resorts of Montana, or the business centers of
the Midwest and South, these new flights will provide connection
opportunities to cities across the country and around the world, through
Daily nonstop service between Denver and Dayton, Ohio, will be offered
on explus, the United Express regional jet service with the most
premium seats of any regional jet carrier, including the amenities of first
class and the extra legroom of Economy Plus. United Express partner
GoJet will operate the flights using CRJ7 aircraft configured with 6 United
First seats and 60 United Economy(R) seats, including 28 Economy Plus
United Express partner Skywest will operate year-round, twice-daily
service between Denver and Kalispell, Mont.—near Glacier National Park
and Big Mountain Ski Resort—using a CRJ aircraft configured with 50
United Economy seats.
United will offer nonstop, first-class service between Denver and
Raleigh- Durham—both North Carolina cities named among Forbes’ 2006 top
five “Best Places for Business and Careers.” This service will be offered
beginning April 24.
United also recently announced it will offer daily nonstop service on
explus between Denver and Huntsville, Ala., beginning Feb. 14.