United Airlines is launching daily non-stop service from Indianapolis to its hub at San Francisco International Airport on January 7.
The airline will operate the flights with Airbus A319 aircraft, each fitted with eight United First seats, 40 United Economy Plus seats and 72 United Economy seats.
United Airlines flight UA500 will depart Indianapolis International Airport (IATA code IND) at 8:00 a.m., arriving at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) at 10:00 a.m. local time.
The return flight, UA317, will leave SFO at 1:35 p.m. and touch down at IND at 8:51 p.m. local time.
According to United, the new service, which launches from San Francisco to Indianapolis on January 7 and from Indianapolis to San Francisco on January 8, will provide travelers with convenient connections from United’s largest West Coast hub to points throughout North America, Asia and Australia.
United currently offers non-stop service from Indianapolis to its hubs at Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Houston, Newark and Washington Dulles with up to 35 daily flights offering single-connection access to more than 261 cities across the globe.
From San Francisco, United operates more than 300 flights per day to more than 90 cities in North America, Asia and Australia – more than any other carrier, according to United.
With non-stop service from San Francisco to cities such as Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai – and from next year to Taipei and Chengdu, subject to government approval – United serves more points in Asia from SFO than any other carrier.