United Airways to ‘quickly droop service’ at JFK in October

A United Airlines worker guides a plane at Dulles International Airport on June 17, 2022.

United Airways is leaving New York’s John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport – once more.

The Chicago-based airline will non permanent droop its service to John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in New York beginning in late October, in accordance with a Friday memo despatched to staff.

“Given our present, too-small-to-be-competitive schedule out of JFK – coupled with the beginning of the Winter season the place extra airways will function their slots as they resume JFK flying – United has made the tough choice to quickly droop service at JFK,” the memo, which was emailed to USA TODAY by a United spokesperson, reads.

United’s final inbound flights to JFK are scheduled for October 29. The airline mentioned it was “working with prospects who’ve tickets after that date to make new preparations.” It didn’t specify when its service would resume at JFK. 

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