United adds Montreal-San Francisco, Calgary-Los Angeles flights

United Airlines continues to increase its service out of Canada. The carrier is launching daily service from Montreal to San Francisco today (July 2) and last week (June 27), it inaugurated daily service between Calgary and Los Angeles.

The carrier’s Montreal-San Francisco service will be operated on the MAX8 with signature United Next Interior. It will also mark United’s largest schedule in terms of seats in over 10 years (2015); with its summer service featuring up to 10 daily flights to four destinations – ORD, EWR. IAD and SFO.

United’s launch of its new Calgary-Los Angeles went out full and was a great success by all accounts, with the carrier’s Calgary airport team “pulling out all the stops to make sure it was a memorable experience for our guests.”

The airline points out that it is the only US carrier to serve Calgary – Los Angeles, and the largest U.S. carrier in Calgary.

This summer, United will offer 11 daily flights to five destinations –SFO, DEN, ORD, IAD and IAH. It’s also the airline’s second new Calgary route in two years – last year it added IAD-YYC.

The new Calgary-Los Angeles service offers one-stop connections from Los Angeles to destinations in the U.S. and beyond such as Cancun, Hong Kong, Honolulu, Maui and more.

In terms of United’s overall operations out of Canada, the airline notes that with its

partnership with Air Canada, it offers more than 500 daily flights to over 50 destinations in US and Canada — larger than any partnership; all of its transborder flights are operated with first class equipment; and 2024 will be United’s largest schedule in terms of seats in over 10 years (2015).

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