United Expands Seasonal Routes with Newark Service

United Airlines announced the expansion of seasonal service from Bangor to their hub at Newark’s Liberty International Airport. The service will run July 1st through October 29th. The flights will operate daily on the same Canadair Regional Jets as the United service to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Flying from Newark, the hour and a half flight will arrive in Bangor at 11:30am. A quick turnaround in Bangor and the aircraft will be going back to Newark at 1pm and arriving at 2:30pm.

Continental Airlines, now United used to operate a Bangor to Newark route. With the addition of this route, it opens up a vast network of destination for travelers. Besides the connections to every major US market, the international destinations are staggering. Rather than driving to Boston to catch a flight or Portland to fly to JFK, passengers can now fly from Bangor to Newark and connect to over 40 destinations in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Asia and Europe.

A quick search on FlightAware showed these destinations currently serviced from Newark.


  • London
  • Barcelona
  • Zurich
  • Glasgow
  • Milan
  • Dublin
  • Shannon
  • Birmingham
  • Berlin
  • Brussels
  • Geneva
  • Frankfurt
  • Tel Aviv
  • Amsterdam
  • Lisbon
  • Paris
  • Madrid
  • Rome
  • Belfast
  • Edinburgh


  • Mumbai
  • New Delhi
  • Tokyo
  • Shanhai
  • Hong Kong

Central America & Caribbean

  • Panama
  • Oranjestad
  • Mexico City
  • Cancun
  • Bogota
  • Aguadilla, PR
  • San Jose, Costa Rica
  • St John’s
  • St Maarten
  • Providenciales
  • Punta Caucedo, DR
  • Puerta Plata
  • Nassau
  • Punta Cana
  • Charlotte Amalie USVI
  • San Juan
  • Montego Bay

South America

  • Lima
  • Sao Paulo
  • Santiago

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