United Airlines has unveiled the latest network changes as part of its long-range growth strategy, including shifting more short-haul flights from Newark Liberty International to its Washington-Dulles International hub and replacing them with targeted markets. Shifting to Dulles will be service from Elmira (New York); Lexington (Kentucky) and Manchester (New Hampshire). United will add flights on existing routes between Newark (New Jersey) and Detroit (Michigan), St. Louis (Missouri) and ...

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