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United resumes San Francisco service, restoring connections to business and tourism

Water cannon salute for a United Airplane taxing on the ramp at CMH airport.

COLUMBUS, OH – United Airlines is resuming daily nonstop service to San Francisco (SFO) from John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), a critical route connecting the Columbus Region with business and tourism opportunities.

“United’s restoration of daily service to San Francisco signals the return of business travel as companies are rediscovering the value of face-to-face interactions,” said Joseph R. Nardone, President & CEO of the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. “With access to business opportunities and abundant tourist attractions in the City by the Bay, this added nonstop West Coast access is a win for both business and leisure travelers alike.”

United first introduced the service in 2019 based on strong demand, before being paused during the pandemic. Service resumes Saturday, June 4 departing daily from CMH at 7:44 a.m. Return flights from SFO depart daily at 11:03 p.m. Flights are available for booking now at United.com.

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The Columbus Regional Airport Authority connects Ohio with the world by managing and operating passenger-focused John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), cargo-focused Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK), and general aviation airport Bolton Field (TZR). Columbus travelers have access to 53 nonstop destinations via CMH and LCK, more than ever before in airport history. Visit our destinations page to see where we’re flying and stay connected with CRAA online.

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