The carrier counts on flights every day during the summer season.
United Airlines will be the second carrier to resume connections between the Czech Republic and the USA from the end of May.
From May 27 next year, it is valid on a regular route between Prague and Newark Airport in New Jersey near New York. Carriers have been selling tickets for these flights for several days now, and today, for the first time on social networks, they are officially confirming the renewal of the line, which was interrupted by a coronavirus pandemic.
With the Boeing 767-300, the carrier will fly every day from Newark during the summer season at 18.05, arriving in Prague at 8.25. He will fly to the USA from Prague at 10.10, in Newark at 13.30. Delta Air Lines also announced their return to Prague this week. American Airlines was still flying to Prague from Philadelphia, which has not yet confirmed the flight.
United Airlines today confirmed the return to other routes between the USA and Europe. They were also surprised by completely new connections to the traditional holiday destinations of Europeans: they will start flying to Mallorca and Tenerife in the Canary Islands, launching to Bergen. A novelty will also be a line to the Azores and Amman in Jordan.