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United Airlines to start Atlantic City nonstops to Chicago, Houston

US carrier United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) said it will inaugurate service at Atlantic City International Airport offering customers daily nonstop flights to United´s hubs at Chicago O´Hare International Airport and Houston´s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Chicago and Houston are United´s largest hub airports. The airline´s new flights will enable one-stop service between Atlantic City and points throughout the Midwest and western United States, Canada, Asia and Latin America, the carrier said.

United Express carrier ExpressJet will operate the Atlantic City flights with 50-seat Embraer (NYSE: ERJ) ERJ-145 aircraft.

The carrier said it is New Jersey´s largest airline, offering more flights and more seats from the state and from the entire region, including New York to more destinations around the world than any other airline.

United offers more than 400 flights each day from Newark Liberty the region´s premier trans-Atlantic gateway to more than 150 destinations in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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