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Aug 8, 2017, 1:50pm MDT
United Airlines today announced its winter flight schedule to five Colorado ski destinations from Denver and seven other airports nationwide, and said it will add nonstop service between San Francisco and Eagle/Vail.
The carrier — Denver International Airport’s busiest — said it is increasing flight frequency to Aspen, Vail, Crested Butte and Steamboat Springs from previous years; United also will serve Telluride this winter.
From DIA, United said that this winter it will fly:
United said it also will fly between Denver and airports serving several ski resorts in other states: Bozeman/Big Sky, Montana; Glacier/Whitefish, Montana; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Reno/Lake Tahoe, Nevada; Salt Lake City; and Sun Valley, Idaho.
The airline also unveiled its winter schedule to and from seven other airports to Colorado ski country; click here for details.
In most cases, winter seasonal service will begin Dec. 20 and wrap up in late March or early April.
On the new San Francisco-Eagle/Vail route, United plans to fly up to twice a week between Dec. 23 and March 25.
Tickets for winter flights are on sale today, the airline said.
Posted from the Denver Business Journal