CLEVELAND — The weather in Cleveland is beautiful right now, but we all know that it won't last.
Here's some news that will make you feel warm year round. United Airlines has announced that starting in December, it will offer Saturday service from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to Nassau, Bahamas. The new route is United's first resumption of service to the Caribbean islands from Cleveland since before the pandemic began.
The new service will begin on Saturday, December 18. Tickets are on sale at united.com.
“Throughout the pandemic, Latin America has remained one of the strongest regions for United with leisure demand meeting or exceeding 2019 levels,” said Patrick Quayle, vice president of international network and alliances at United. “We have been adding new flights to Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America since last summer and with today’s announcement, United will fly 20 new routes across Latin America that we did not operate in 2019 so our customers can enjoy more beaches and warmer weather.”
United is also adding Saturday service from Chicago to Guatemala City, Guatemala and from Denver to Roatan, Honduras.
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