United Airlines inaugurates new daily direct service between Rome and San Francisco

United Airlines inaugurates new daily direct service between Rome and

(Tiper Stock Exchange) – United Airlines inaugurated the new connection direct seasonal Between Rome FiumicinoLeonardo da Vinci Airport and its hub of St Franciscotoday celebrating the departure of its first flight from Rome on this route.

United’s new flight was launched in the wake of the you fly daily existing direct routes, offered by the airline throughout the year, between Rome and Milan Malpensa and its hub New York/Newark and in addition to seasonal flights between Rome and the hubs of Chicago O’Hare and Washington Dulles, between Milan and Chicago, as well as between Venice and Naples and the New York/Newark hub. United will serve more airports in Italy than any other US airline offering, in the summer 2023 season, ten direct flights daily from theItaly garlic States United.

“We are delighted to launch our new service between Rome and our San Francisco hub,” he commented Walter Cianciusi, Country Sales Manager Italy, United Airlines. “We are proud to fly from more cities in Italy to the United States than any other airline, strengthening our global network across the Atlantic and offering our customers in Italy an even greater travel choice and the ability to connect through our hubs to other destinations in the Americas.”

“We are thrilled to inaugurate United Airlines non-stop flights to San Francisco,” he said Frederick Scriboni, Head of Aviation Business Development of Aeroporti di Roma. “With a demand of over 230,000 passengers in 2019, the Bay Area represents the main market currently not directly connected with Rome. Thanks to this novelty, United will be able to operate 4 destinations, reaching a record level of offer at Fiumicino airport which, counting on the prestigious 5-star Skytrax award, is preparing to welcome the highest traffic levels ever from North America.”

United’s new seasonal direct service from Rome to San Francisco is operated with Boeing 777-200 aircraft configured with a total of 276 seats: 50 lie-flat, direct aisle seats in United PolarisSM business class, 24 United Premium PlusSM premium economy seats, and 202 Economy seats including 46 Economy PlusSM seats, with increased legroom.