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“City of Bridges” has new connections to the US west coast

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Residents in the “City of Bridges” now have two new ways to reach the west coast on United Airlines.

Residents in the “City of Bridges” now have two new ways to reach the west coast on United Airlines. Beginning September 2, United will offer daily service between Pittsburgh and United’s hubs in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

“Our new trans-continental flights between Pittsburgh and the west coast ensure Pittsburgh residents have convenient, daily service across the country and one-stop connections to Asia,” said Greg Kaldahl, vice president – resource planning. “With United now providing service between Pittsburgh and all five of our hubs across the US, our customers have numerous options for the best service that gets them where they need to go.”

The flights are now open for sale and will be operated with an Airbus 319 aircraft on the following schedule*:

# 237 Pittsburgh to San Francisco departs 8:30 am arrives 10:58 am
# 480 San Francisco to Pittsburgh departs 1:00 pm arrives 8:49 pm
# 265 Pittsburgh to Los Angeles departs 6:00 pm arrives 8:16 pm
# 458 Los Angeles to Pittsburgh departs 9:40 am arrives 5:17 pm

The A319 has 120 seats, including 8 in first class, 40 in Economy Plus®, and 72 in economy. Economy Plus offers customers up to five extra inches of legroom in the front of the economy cabin.

United has 32 flights a day between Pittsburgh and five cities, including Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington DC. With service to these five cities, Pittsburgh customers have easy access to more than 200 other cities throughout the US and to the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, and Latin America.

*All routes and frequencies are subject to change.