United Airlines has today shared details about its upcoming schedule, including service to Belize from Denver, Chicago and NY-Newark. Along with progress on coastal routes, the Chicago-based carrier will be flying over 100% of its pre-pandemic schedule to Latin America this spring! According to a statement released this morning, in May, the airline will be exceeding its 2019 schedule to Latin America. There will be more flights to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. Towards the end of last year, United announced that it is launching new routes to Latin America. Flights include additions to the likes of Belize City, Cancun, San Jose, Liberia, San Pedro Sula, and Santo Domingo. So, these launches contribute to the scaling up in recent months.
“In the past few weeks, we have seen the strongest flight bookings since the start of the pandemic.”
– Ankit Gupta, vice president of United’s domestic network planning and scheduling, said in the statement.