United Airlines has announced it will begin its 15th nonstop flight between the United States and Germany from its hub at Denver International Airport next year.
The year-round service between Denver and Frankfurt is set to begin on May 2, subject to government approval. According to the published flight schedule, the route will be served by Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.
Lufthansa, the largest airline in Germany and alliance partner of United Airlines, already flies between Denver and Frankfurt. Boeing 747-400s are operating on this route.
United serves its hubs in Chicago, Houston, New York (EWR), San Francisco and Washington from Frankfurt. Furthermore, the airline operates daily nonstop service from Munich Airport to Chicago, Houston, New York (EWR) and Washington and year-round nonstop service between New York (EWR) and Berlin Tegel. A seasonal service between Munich and San Francisco is also offered. All in all, United is the U.S. carrier with the most service to Germany.
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