United Airlines recently added few more Central American cities to its network. From April 13, 2013 United has started operating flights from Washington D.C. to Guatemala City and San Jose and from Chicago to San Jose.
United Airlines in a press conference said that it has increased its Weekly Service to Central America by offering few more nonstop flights from its hub at Washington-Dulles International Airport and Chicago O'Hare International Airport. These new routes will complement United’s existing routes from Houston and New York to San Jose and Guatemala City.
Serviced by Boeing 737-800 aircrafts all the three new routes will be offering air tickets to passengers under three categories. These new routes will provide 16 United Business class seats, 48 Economy Plus seats and 90 Economy class seats. United’s Direct for Latin America Onshore and Caribbean Sales, Millie Uriarte said that with these new sectors we will be able to further improve over network in the Latin American Region. Also our passengers will be able to enjoy convenient options for travel.