United Airlines is gearing up for its largest ever flying schedule to the South West Pacific, with the carrier launching new services to Auckland, Brisbane and Christchurch, while adding additional flights across Australia and New Zealand.

Much of the expansion, which will see United Airlines operate 66 flights per week from the United States to Australasia – the largest network by any airline ever in the region – starts in October and continues over the Southern Hemisphere summer.

To find out the latest in Australasia, plus more flights to Asia, Wayfarer host Editor-In-Chief, James Wilkinson, exclusively spoke on video to United Airlines’ Managing Director of Worldwide Sales, Marcel Fuchs, at the 2023 Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Convention in Dallas, Texas recently and click on the YouTube video below.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management