The unveiling of United Airlines’ initial route network for its Boeing 787-8 fleet shows the airline remains committed to dropping a proposed service between Houston and Auckland, which was once expected to be one of the carrier’s first destinations for its new widebody. United was committed to the New Zealand route until Houston’s leaders backed the introduction of international flights from William P. Hobby Airport, a decision that would introduce competition to services at George Bush ...
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