United moves more regional routes from Newark to Washington
October 18, 2018 / ch-aviation
United Airlines is set to relocate three regional routes from Newark to Washington Dulles as a part of its hub realignment strategy on the East Coast, ch-aviation schedule analysis has revealed. The carrier's 6x weekly service from Newark to Lexington, KY, currently operated with ERJ-145equipment by ExpressJet Airlines and CommutAir, will end on February 13. Subsequently, on February 14, United will launch a 21x weekly service from Washington to Lexington. The flights will be onboard CRJ-200s operated by ExpressJet Airlines, Air Wisconsin, and SkyWest Airlines. United will also end its 14x weekly service to Elmira/Corning, currently operated with ERJ-145s by CommutAir, on March 30, 2019. A day later, it will launch a new, also 14x weekly service from Washington Dulles, which will be operated by Air Wisconsin with CRJ-200s.