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United extends seasonal service to Italy

Published: 14/07/2017 - Filed under: Home » News »

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United extends three-times per week service from New York/Newark (EWR) to Rome (FCO) to make it an annual route.  
"Expanding our schedule to operate year-round to Rome means more customers from throughout the U.S. have additional opportunities to visit Italy," said Marcel Fuchs, United's vice president of Atlantic Sales. "Our service to Rome is timed perfectly for customers making connections from more than 75 cities around the United States and Latin America and it offers our Italian customers another convenient way to see New York or connect to other destinations throughout the United States."
United to fly to Rome
Currently the route operates a Boeing 767-400 aircraft with 242-seats including 39-flat bed seats in Polaris business class.  Beginning November 9, the carrier will operate a Boeing 767-300 with 214-seats.
United Schedule to Rome
By Elizabeth Atkinson

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