How To Get A Summer Flight on United Airlines’ Airbus A321neo

How To Get A Summer Flight on United Airlines' Airbus A321neo
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United Airlines has loaded in more flights using it’s Airbus A321neo this Summer. Find out more on how to be able to fly on it in this busy period.

Data from AeroRoutes.com has highlighted that an expansion of flights using the aircraft type has been established, giving more options for you to fly on the latest flagship aircraft in the fleet.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

How To Get A Summer Flight on United Airlines’ Airbus A321neo…


How To Get A Summer Flight on United Airlines' Airbus A321neo
Photo Credit: Airbus.

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According to the route development website, United Airlines has filed additional routes to be served by their newest flagship aircraft, the Airbus A321neo.

These new routes in question are to Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle from Chicago O’Hare. With that in mind, this means the following routes will be served by the aircraft type between July and August this year:

  • Chicago-Orlando.
  • Chicago-Houston.
  • Chicago-Las Vegas.
  • Chicago-Los Angeles.
  • Chicago-San Francisco.
  • Chicago-Portland.
  • Chicago-Seattle.

So, if you live in those areas, then for now, those are the options that you have to get a chance of flying on the aircraft over the Summer.

Data from Planespotters.net highlights that United Airlines has taken delivery of five Airbus A321neos at the moment, with the list being as follows:

  • N44501 – Delivered October 2023.
  • N14502 – Delivered November 2023.
  • N14503 – Delivered December 2023.
  • N24505 – Delivered December 2023.
  • N14504 – Delivered January 2024.

United Airlines is taking delivery of these Airbus A321neos quickly, so it is expected that new routes using this aircraft will be added going into the future.

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on how many more routes in the months and years to come will be operated by this new aircraft type.

Thanks to AeroRoutes.com for the information that helped contribute to the article. AviationSource is not in partnership with the website and uses the information under the company’s fair use policy outlined at the bottom of its website.

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