If you're a United traveler with access to Dulles International Airport outside of Washington, DC, now you've got three new destinations to add to your travel plans withour airline:
Here are a few facts about our flights from Washington/Dulles to these new regions.
On April 30, with the departure of UA Flight 976, we started daily service between Washington/Dulles (IAD) and Doha, Qatar, through Dubai. Doha is the fourth city in the Gulf region that United serves. We’re the top U.S. carrier in the number of destinations served in the Gulf region and Middle East, with our service to Dubai, Kuwait City and Bahrain from Washington/Dulles.
Manchester, United Kingdom
On May 2, with the departure of UA Flight 100, we began non-stop flights between Washington/Dulles and Manchester, U.K. (MAN). This new service complements our existing non-stop from New York/Newark (EWR) to Manchester.
On June 7, we’ll offer non-stop service between Washington/Dulles and Dublin, Ireland (DUB), marking our thirteenth European destination from Washington/Dulles.
Did you know that United offers service to more destinations in the United Kingdom and Ireland from the United States than any other airline? In addition to Dublin and Manchester, we also serve:
Belfast, Northern Ireland (BFS)
Birmingham, England (BHX)
Edinburgh, Scotland (EDI)
Glasgow, Scotland (GLA)
What are you waiting for? Start booking your flights now to the new cities that we serve. Go to united.com today to start the process
. In the meantime, we’ll keep you updated as we continue to add to our growing list of global destinations.