United Airlines will resume scheduled flights between San Francisco and Hong Kong beginning May the 28th. The company’s scheduled operations have been suspended for 25 months as a result of COVID-19.
According to the Cirium platform, the airline will have daily service with the 276-seat Boeing 777-200. United will offer 1,932 weekly seats per leg.
As for the present connection between the two cities, Cathay Pacific Airways has a weekly frequency on Airbus A350s.
Flights connecting Newark and Hong Kong are scheduled to begin on July 1st. However, there is no official information on the resumption of these operations.
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