United is leaving no destination left unexplored, no matter how far. The airline now offers nonstop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Singapore (SIN) – the longest scheduled flight by any U.S. carrier at 8,446 miles. The flight is operated on a Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner, equipped with new technology to improve passenger experience for the long-haul. The new features, including tinted windows and advanced pressurization technology, make for a quiet, smooth ride for all passengers onboard. The new nonstop route allows passengers to avoid time-consuming connections elsewhere in Asia.
Connecting through LAX, one of United’s seven domestic hubs, opens passengers to a network of possibilities. From LAX, United operates more than 130 flights to over 40 airports across the U.S., including more seats to top business centers in New York, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, Houston and Washington, D.C. than any other airline.
"Whether our customers are on leisure or business travel, United is making travel to Singapore easier and even more convenient than ever before and customers arriving to Los Angeles will have multiple opportunities to connect to hundreds of United destinations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America," said Dave Hilfman, United's senior vice president of Worldwide Sales. "Our commitment to our Los Angeles hub is more than 50 years strong and with today's new Singapore service announcement, we continue to strengthen our position as the leading U.S. carrier to Asia."
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