United Airlines is expanding its connections to the USA. From 26 May 2023, the American airline will fly from BER to Washington D.C. every day. The long-haul connection to the US capital will then be offered seasonally until the end of the summer flight schedule. Flights are operated with a Boeing 767-400, which seats 240 passengers. Furthermore, the airline also flies daily from BER to New York/Newark.
From BER via the New York/Newark and Washington D.C. hubs, passengers have access to more than 280 destinations in North, Central and South America, including the US cities of Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle and Fort Myers.
Washington D.C. is the heart of the capital region, surrounded by the state of Maryland to the north and the state of Virginia to the south. The region is an attractive destination with beautiful beaches along the Atlantic coast, picturesque national parks, mountains and culturally interesting cities, such as Baltimore, Richmond and, of course, Washington, D.C.
United Airlines will fly daily from BER to Washington, D.C. between 26 May and 28 October 2023. Washington Dulles International Airport, abbreviated to IAD, is the gateway to the Washington D.C. metropolitan region.
|Departing from IAD||05:45 pm||Arrival at BER||08.20 am||Flight duration: 8 h 35 mins|
|Departing from BER||11:10 am||Arrival at IAD||02:30 pm||Flight duration: 9 h 20 mins|
United is proud of having the most extensive route network of any North American carrier, with US hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. Three service classes – United Economy, United Economy Plus and United Polaris Business Class – can be booked on flights from BER. Lunch, snacks, drinks, and in-flight entertainment are also included in Economy. Modern air filtration systems, mandatory masks, and careful cleaning schedules guarantee a safe and pleasant travel experience.
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