United Airlines has revealed the date of its return to Hong Kong. The United States airline announced in a press release that its flights to the Chinese destination (from San Francisco) will resume on March 3, 2023 knowing that they had been suspended during the first months of the year 2020 (at cause of the pandemic).
On March 3, the United Airlines Boeing 777-300ER will take off from San Francisco airport at 10:40 p.m. to land at Hong Kong airport at 6:00 a.m.
This service will be provided daily. The American carrier will offer 390 seats on each route.
Departing from its base at the airport known locally by the acronym SFO, United Airlines operates ten non-stop flights to ten destinations in Asia Pacific: Auckland (New Zealand), Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne (Australia), Haneda and Narita in Tokyo (Japan), Incheon and Seoul (South Korea), Papeete and Tahiti (French Polynesia), Shanghai (China), Taipei (Taiwan) and Singapore.