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United Airlines Starts New Service to Amsterdam, Prague and Naples

Aug. 31, 2018
Travel, Vacations & Trip Planning
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United announced new nonstop service to Amsterdam, Naples and Prague. You’ll want to book as soon as possible for summer travel to Europe as both frequent flyer seats and lower fares will go fast.

What you need to know

Service is year-round between San Francisco and Amsterdam. Flights leave both destinations on a daily basis. United currently offers nonstop daily, year-round service between Amsterdam and Chicago, Houston, New York/Newark and Washington, D.C. The San Francisco flight starts March 30, 2019.

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Summer service to Naples can get you anywhere you need to go in southern Italy. This is the perfect airport if traveling to see Pompei, the ancient Roman town nearly destroyed by Mount Vesuvius. It’s also the gateway to the Amalfi Coast. Flights will fly nonstop from New York/Newark to Naples from May 22, 2019, through Oct. 4, 2019.

Summer service to Prague begins in June. From June 6, 2019, through Oct. 4, 2019, United will offer daily nonstop seasonal service between New York/Newark and Prague.

Check for your ability to find connecting flights from your hometown. How much the new nonstop service helps you depends on where you are flying from. Check out United’s route map to see if your local airport flies to Newark or San Francisco. If flying to Amsterdam, you just need to get to one of United’s many hubs.

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