2019 will mark United Airlines’ largest expansion from San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Several new additions will debut in March, including daily, year-round, nonstop service to Amsterdam (AMS) beginning March 30, making United the first carrier to fly between these two cities. On the same date, UA will extend its nonstop service to Pape’ete (PPT). UA is currently the only US carrier operating between the US and Tahiti. Rounding out the March calendar, UA will move to year-round, three times per week service between SFO and Auckland, New Zealand (AKL) effective March 30, and one day later, will begin nonstop flights to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) twice per day.
On April 1, United will add a second flight between San Francisco and Seoul, South Korea (ICN), flying four times per week. Later in the year, flights to Melbourne, Australia will be offered year-round, three times per week (beginning October 29) and routes to New Delhi, India will begin on December 5.
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