- United Airlines is adding a brand-new path in between Boston and London later on this year.
- The start date is still unidentified as travel in between the nations is restricted due to the pandemic.
- JetBlue Airways, which simply expanded a partnership with American Airlines, will likewise fly to London this year from Boston.
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United Airlines is growing its transatlantic existence later on this year with a newly-announced path between Boston and London, UK.
Just one day-to-day flight will serve the path with an overnight night departure from Boston Logan International Airport at 10: 00 p.m. arriving at London’s Heathrow Airport the next early morning at 9: 35 a.m. The return flight then leaves London at 5: 00 p.m. for a 7: 30 p.m. arrival in Boston.
” We are enjoyed provide travelers a convenient, non-stop alternative in between Boston and London with this addition to our worldwide network,” Patrick Quayle, United’s vice president of worldwide network and alliances, said.
Operating the flight will be United’s Boeing 767-300 ER, a wide-body aircraft, with an ultra-premium three-class interior. Guests will have the ability to pick from the airline’s Polaris service class, Premium Plus premium economy class, and economy class.
The path is tailored towards company tourists with 46 service class seats offered in a cabin that takes up most of the plane. All seats in service