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November route roundup: Where airlines are adding (or cutting) service


Airlines constantly tweak their schedules, trying to find profitable new routes or pulling the plug on ones that have underperformed. Airports and communities court these new services.
There are dozens of changes to airline routes each month. Here’s a look at some of the most interesting:
Two new cities join United route map amid 10-route expansion
United Airlines is adding 10 new routes from five of its hub airports. The expansion includes flights to two cities the company does not currently serve: Elmira, N.Y., and Wilmington, N.C.
The new service comes as United looks to solidify its network by increasing connecting opportunities at its hub airports.
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From Chicago O’Hare, United will launch three new routes. Twice-daily flights to Wilmington and El Paso begin April 9 while a seasonal once-daily route to Fresno, Calif., begins June 7.
United’s Los Angeles hub gets four new routes in the expansion. Twice-daily service to the Oregon cities of Medford and Redmond starts April 9 and will operate year-round. Seasonal daily flights to the Montana cities of Kalispell and Missoula begin June 7.
Elsewhere, United will add two daily round-trip flights between Newark Liberty and Elmira; two daily round-trip flights between Washington Dulles and Wilmington; and one daily round-trip flight between Denver and Jacksonville, Fla.

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