United Airlines to Launch Flights to Three International Cities including Marrakech and Medellin

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United Airlines is launching flights to three new cities, in addition to expanding its routes to China.

The airline will fly to Cebu in the Philippines, Marrakech in Morocco, and Medellin in Colombia. Flights from Tokyo/Narita to Cebu will operate once daily starting from July 31, and from New York/Newark to Marrakech three times a week starting from October 24. Flights from Houston to Medellin are scheduled to begin on October 27.

Furthermore, the airline is expanding its China routes. Flights from Los Angeles to Shanghai/Pudong will resume with four flights a week from August 29, increasing to once a day by the end of October. This expansion complements the daily flights from San Francisco to Shanghai/Pudong and Beijing/Capital.

In addition, the airline will increase the frequency of flights from New York/Newark to Porto, from San Francisco to Seoul/Incheon, and from Los Angeles to Hong Kong to twice daily, starting from May 23, October 25, and October 26, respectively.

United Airlines currently operates international flights to 134 cities in 67 countries.

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