Wanna get back to the city by the bay? Thanks to new nonstop flights from John Glenn International Airport, your journey just got a lot easier.
United Airlines has added San Francisco as its sixth nonstop destination available from Columbus, joining Chicago, Denver, Houston, New York/Newark, and Washington, D.C. for nonstop service.
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“Our new service from Columbus to San Francisco is timed to connect customers to our largest international bank at San Francisco International Airport,” Janet Lamkin, United’s California president, said via prepared statement. “The flights offer dozens of new travel options for customers traveling from Columbus and even more nonstop choices for Bay Area residents.”
Prices on the new nonstop flights vary depending on seating and other factors, but passengers can net a round trip economy ticket on the United flight to San Francisco for around $400. The new flights will begin on Friday, June 7.