MANCHESTER, NH – United Airlines, one of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport’s main carriers, has announced they will be shifting Newark service to their Washington Dulles hub.
Beginning March 31, 2019 United will offer three flights daily between Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and Washington Dulles. With this improved service United will operate two CRJ-700s and one CRJ-200 on the new route. The CRJ-700 jets are equipped with 70 seats that include first class, economy plus and economy and the CRJ-200 is a 50 seat regional jet. The flights are scheduled to depart Manchester at 6 a.m., 2:40 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Seats are now available through the United Airlines website: www.united.com.
“This is great news for both leisure and business travelers flying to the Washington area or connecting to another United Airlines city through their Washington hub or via a Star Alliance carrier. This new service will enhance traveler’s options to reach their destinations and provide a first-class offering on United Airlines out of MHT,” said Airport Director Ted Kitchens.
“We are grateful to all of the customers that support Manchester’s air carriers and hope that they will continue to think of Manchester as they make future travel plans,” said Mayor Joyce Craig.