United Airlines Cutting Routes at Several Pennsylvania Airports


>>United Airlines Cutting Routes at Several Pennsylvania Airports

(Chicago, IL) -- United Airlines is making significant changes at several regional airports in Pennsylvania and officials at the carrier say it's due to a shortage of pilots. They say passengers will begin to see the changes in the affected routes beginning next month when flights to and from Washington-Dulles [[dull-US]] International will be suspended temporarily. In place of the Dulles service, United will instead start two daily roundtrip flights from University Park Airport to another hub in Newark Liberty International. Similar changes are being made at more than a dozen other regional markets, including the airports at Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.


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