The first flight in a week has flown from Atlanta to Los Angeles, but that’s not the only flight this week.
The United States will also fly to Chicago from New York.
United Airlines will also be flying to Houston from New Orleans.
United is not the first airline to fly to these two cities this week, but it is the first to do so from Atlanta.
United will be joined by Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Frontier Express, and Southwest Airlines, all of which have scheduled flights to Los.
United and Delta will also serve as the gateways to New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago.
In addition, Delta will be serving as the gateway to Los as well.
United also announced today that it will open a new hub in Chicago.
The new hub, which will open in 2018, will serve as a hub for passengers who want to travel between Chicago and Los Angeles.
It will also offer customers the opportunity to make reservations for their flight from Chicago to Los in advance of the arrival of United’s new hub.
United says it will have more than 400 locations around the country offering travelers the opportunity for seamless travel.
The hub will offer two levels of service.
First, customers can select from the following options to choose their own seat selection, including business, business class, first, or business class.
Second, customers will be able to pick their own flights.
The airline says that this service will be available for first-time and return customers.
A new seat selection service will also open in the Chicago hub this week in addition to the hub’s existing first-class, business, first- or business-class and business class services.
United said it will be offering a second choice for its Chicago hub customers who wish to make a return trip from Chicago.
United has announced that it plans to begin offering a new service in the Dallas hub next week, which it says will allow customers to book flights for a maximum of four months, instead of the current three.
United currently has a capacity of more than 5,000 seats per day in its Chicago and Dallas hubs.