United Airlines is launching service to four new destinations from its hub at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, the service being provided by several of its United Express regional-airline franchise partners.
The new United Express service began on September 2 between O’Hare and Huntsville, Alabama; El Paso, Texas; and Little Rock, Arkansas.
Service between O’Hare and the Canadian city of London, Ontario begins on September 29.
United Airlines is offering special introductory fares on the four new United Express routes, for travel by October 31. One-way sample fares (not including taxes and government and airline fees) include:
● Chicago-El Paso, $124 (requires round-trip purchase and 14-day advance purchase);
● Chicago-Huntsville, $125 (requires round-trip purchase and 14-day advance purchase);
● Chicago- Little Rock, $140 (requires round-trip purchase and 14-day advance purchase); and
● Chicago-London, Ontario, $125 (requires 21-day advance purchase, but no round-trip purchase is required). This sale fare applies only to U.S. points of sale.
For the US domestic flights, a three-night, Friday-night or Saturday-night stay is required and a 30-day maximum stay is permitted. Travel to London, Ontario has no minimum/maximum stay restrictions.
Other conditions apply to the introductory fares to the new United Express destinations. Visit united.com for complete terms and conditions applicable to the fares.