United Airlines is betting on a small percentage of its widebody fleet playing a large role in helping it expand its international footprint, scheduling its reconfigured premium-heavy Boeing 767-300ERs on several new routes and upgrading flights in established high-yield markets. United’s latest international additions, unveiled Aug. 22, include new seasonal service between New York/Newark Liberty International (EWR) and Nice, France starting in May 2020, as well as year-round flights ...

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