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United Stretches Nonstop Service From PIT To SFO


United Airlines is expanding its non-stop service to San Francisco to year-round with the extension of a second daily seasonal flight from June 7 through Oct. 3, due to the growing demand in the Pittsburgh region for nonstop access to Silicon Valley.

Earlier United has placed its nonstop service to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) time in time out during January and February.

In January, United previously announced a second daily flight to SFO, with that flight scheduled to operate through August 20. The second daily flight will now be extended to operate through Oct. 3. This flight will be operating as an overnight flight on return to PIT.

Regional leaders and Airport that the expanded flight schedule offers more convenience and choices and also helps in improving critical links for the region’s growing tech industry which includes Facebook, Google, Duolingo, Uber and Argo AI.

Last week Duolingo praised the region’s affordability in an advertisement posted along San Francisco’s US Highway 101, which encourage residents to move to Pittsburgh where they can own a home and work in tech.

Christina Cassotis who is the Allegheny County Airport Authority CEO said that, in order to drive innovation and regional growth, increasing service to the West Coast, continues to be a high priority.

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