Ted, the low-fare service from United, today announced that all its Chicago, Denver and Washington D.C.
flights are on sale. Priced from $49-$99 each way, this sale offers
customers who purchase Ted tickets today through August 31, 2004, great
savings to popular leisure destinations like Arizona, Florida and Las
Vegas. Fares are good for travel on Ted from Sept. 1, 2004 through Dec.
15, 2004, and tickets must be purchased 14 days in advance with a minimum
one-night and maximum 30-day stay.
“Ted’s new fare sale offers customers great savings to leisure
destinations that are perfect for a warm-weather getaway right before
winter kicks in,” said Sean Donohue, vice president of Ted. “Our newly
reduced fares are so low, customers are able to splurge more on their
actual vacation and a lot less on their airline tickets.”
Ted fares below are each way based on a required roundtrip purchase:—
$59 Chicago - Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Tampa—$69 Chicago - Phoenix,
Las Vegas—$79 Denver - Ontario, Calif; Phoenix, Reno—$89 Denver -
Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Orlando, Tampa—$49 Washington
D.C. - Fort Lauderdale—$59 Washington D.C. - Orlando—$79 Washington
D.C. - Tampa—$99 Washington D.C. - Las Vegas
Ted now operates 196 flights per day, carrying more than 25,000 customers
traveling between its hubs in Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Washington and Chicago to a wide variety of primarily leisure
destinations. Currently operating with 45 Airbus 320s configured with 156
seats, Ted will add an additional reconfigured A320 aircraft to serve the
Mexican beach destinations of San Jose del Cabo and Puerto Vallarta from
San Francisco beginning December 16, 2004. Ted aircraft feature a large
Economy Plus section of 66 seats, which provide more legroom than any
other low-fare carrier’s economy-class seating.
Ted combines outstanding service with unique onboard amenities and
entertainment, including Tedevision and TedTunes, along with full
participation in United’s award-winning Mileage Plus program, Ted offers a
unique experience among low-fare carriers. On flights longer than 3.5
hours, Ted offers restaurant-quality meals for purchase. On shorter
flights, Ted customers can purchase high-quality snacks. More information
and current fares can be found at http://www.flyted.com/ .