MIAMI — Starting this fall, United Airlines will begin flying its new E175 aircraft, operated by SkyWest, out of San Francisco.
Starting September 20, the carrier will fly one daily round trip flight between San Francisco and St. Louis.
On September 21, the carrier will fly one daily round trip flight between San Francisco and Calgary. However, the carrier will begin operating two daily round trip flights starting October 26.
On September 30, United will begin flying one daily flight between San Francisco and Boise.
On October 216, the carrier will launch once daily round trip flights from San Francisco to Austin, Kansas City, and Salt Lake City. The carrier will begin flying twice daily round trip flights from San Francisco to Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) and Minneapolis also on October 26.
The ERJ-175 is being used to replace some of the CRJ-700s that operate on some of the routes listed above or to add an additional frequency on this route.
United Airlines and SkyWest introduced the E175 last month on flights in and out of Chicago O’Hare, and its regional partner, Mesa, will launch E175 flights out of Houston this weekend.