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United wants to start flying from Washington to Cape Town.

United Airlines is seeking certification from the Federal Aviation Administration to begin flights between Washington Dulles and Cape Town.

The carrier plans to start weekly flights between those locations on Nov. 17 if the route is allowed by the DOT.

United announced that it will be the first airline to fly nonstop from Washington, D.C. to Cape Town. The flights would be added to United South African's existing Newark to Cape Town and Johannesburg route.

United plans to use a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to fly the route.

United Airlines, Inc. is a significant American airline with headquarters in Chicago, Illinois' Willis Tower. United Airlines has a vast domestic and international route network that connects major and minor locations across the United States and all six inhabited continents. Wikipedia

Bag specifics: First bag $30, second bag $40 in economy within Canada and the United States. Prices to other places vary depending on the itinerary. More Scott Kirby (May 2020–) is the CEO of United Airlines.

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