United Airlines to add daily flights from Washington to Turks and Caicos

United Airlines to add daily flights from Washington to Turks and Caicos

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United Airlines on Friday announced a significant expansion of its winter international schedule, introducing eight new routes and adding flights to 19 destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America.

Among the winter routes are daily flights to Turks and Caicos from Washington-Dulles beginning, December 17.

United will also start daily, year-round service between Washington-Dulles and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. From Washington, United offers nonstop service to 10 Caribbean destinations for the winter season including daily service to Punta Cana, Grand Cayman, Nassau, Montego Bay, Aruba and San Juan, as well as weekend service to St. Thomas and St. Maarten. In addition to its extensive Caribbean network from Washington, United also serves Cancun, Mexico and San Jose, Costa Rica.

Patrick Quayle, United’s vice president of International Network and Alliances said, “Our new and increased service offers travelers more opportunities to find warm-weather getaways and visit friends and family over the winter season.”

Since the start of the pandemic, United has been a leader in enacting new policies and innovations designed to keep employees and passengers safer when traveling. It was the first U.S. airline to mandate masks for flight attendants, quickly following with customers and employees.

United was also among the first U.S. carriers to announce it will not permit customers who refuse to comply with the airline’s mandatory mask policy to fly with them while the face mask policy is in place. United was also the first U.S. airline to roll out touchless check-in for customers with bags, and the first to require passengers take an online health assessment before traveling.

The airline also recently announced it plans to apply Zoono Microbe Shield, an EPA-registered antimicrobial coating that forms a long-lasting bond with surfaces and inhibits the growth of microbes, to its entire mainline and express fleet before the end of the year.

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