United to switch to 767s on four Newark transatlantic routes

Credit: Courtesy, London Heathrow Airport
United Airlines will switch to Boeing 767s from 757s on four longer European routes departing Newark Liberty International Airport, a move that will improve operational reliability by reducing unplanned fuel stops during the winter season. Beginning Oct. 25, United will swap to widebody aircraft on...

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