United Airlines, broadening its focus on boosting hub flow, is adding flights on 17 routes out of Newark, New Jersey (EWR) and shifting some regional-jet routes to its Washington Dulles (IAD) gateway as part of its winter schedule. The moves add frequency on 15 routes out of EWR, as well as new seasonal nonstops to Palm Springs, California, and upgrade Key West, Florida services to year-round. The changes are effective Oct. 4 except for the Palm Springs service, which starts Dec. ...

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