United Airlines will add 32 flights at Denver International Airport by June. The additions which were announced today will boost United's overall schedule to 455 flights at the Denver hub.
That's a seven percent increase over its current schedule.
The airline says it made the new service possible through a program where it strives to use assets such as gates and aircraft more efficiently.
Among the cities that will be served by the flights are Toronto, Boston, Baltimore, New York-La Guardia, Los Angeles, San Francisco and St. Louis.
The Elk Grove Village, Illinois-based United, United Express and discount arm Ted operate more than 34-hundred flights a day to more than 200 destinations.
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