United Airlines will offer expanded service to Pensacola with four new nonstop destinations beginning in May 2021-Cleveland (CLE), Milwaukee (MKE), Cincinnati (CVG), and Pittsburgh (PIT).
The added service will begin May 27 and continues through September 2021. Flights will be operated by the CRJ-550 – the world’s first 50-seater aircraft with two cabins. The CRJ-550 is equipped with 10 first class seats, 20 economy plus seats, 20 standard economy seats, Wi-Fi, more legroom and enough overhead bin space for every customer to bring a roller bag onboard.
Pensacola International Airport Director Matt Coughlin said, “With this expansion, the Midwest now has additional nonstop service to the Gulf Coast, opening amazing opportunities for our community and continuing to strengthen our foothold in the nation’s marketplace.”
By June 2021, Pensacola International Airport will offer nonstop service to 28 destinations through eight airlines. United Airlines currently provides nonstop flights to Denver, Dulles, Houston and Chicago.
“Pensacola International Airport continues to be a strong economic driver for the City of Pensacola and the entire region, and I expect that success to continue to build as we move forward,” Mayor Grover Robinson said. For more information, visit flypensacola.com.