The US airline United Airlines will fly daily from 26 May, 2023 from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to Washington, D.C. The long-haul connection to the US capital will be offered seasonally until the end of the summer flight schedule. It is served by a Boeing 767-400, which offers space for 240 passengers. In addition, the airline continues to fly daily from BER to New York/Newark.
From 26 May to 28 October 2023, United Airlines will fly daily from BER to Washington, D.C. Washington Dulles International Airport bears the acronym IAD and is the gateway to the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.
|Direction||Flight number||Departure (local time)||Arrival (local time)|
|BER - IAD||UA 235||11.10 a.m.||02.30 p.m.|
|IAD - BER||UA 234||05.45 p.m.||08.20 a.m.(following day)|
Via the Washington, D.C. and New York/Newark hubs served from BER by United Airlines, passengers have access to more than 280 destinations in the Americas, including the US cities of Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle and Fort Myers.
Three classes of service - United Economy, United Economy Plus and United Polaris Business Class - can be booked on the flights from BER. Lunch, snacks, drinks and in-flight entertainment are also included in Economy Class.
The direct service to Washington, D.C. is being offered for the first time from the German capital region. New York/Newark has been an integral part of the flight programme from Berlin since 2005. Initially, long-haul routes were served with Continental Airlines from Berlin-Tegel, but since 2010 they have been flown by United as a result of the merger of the two airlines. Due to the corona pandemic, the route was interrupted between 2020 and 2022.
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