Next summer, United Airlines is rolling out seven new transcontinental routes and I’m already stacking up my miles for another Euro trip.
On Wednesday, the airline announced three new EU destinations and four new city pairings that it hasn’t flown in 2022, cementing its position as the country’s biggest transatlantic airline, serving 37 destinations in Europe, Africa, India, and the Middle East.
Among the new destinations — which will all depart from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey — are Stockholm, Sweden; Malaga, Spain; and Dubai, UAE, which is part of a new partnership with Emirates Airlines.
United will fly to Berlin, Rome, Barcelona, and Shannon, Ireland from its hubs in San Francisco, Chicago, and Washington, DC. Two new frequencies from Washington DC to Paris and Los Angeles to London are also being introduced.