United to Resume Flights to D.C. on June 3rd

Things are looking up! We are very excited to share that our United Airlines service to Washington Dulles (IAD) will resume on June 3rd with two daily flights Monday through Friday and one daily flight on Saturdays and Sundays. This service will connect our passengers to over 100 destinations around the country and beyond.

“We are thrilled that United Airlines is resuming flights to and from ITH,” shared Airport Director Mike Hall. “We want to thank United for rejoining American Airlines and Delta Air Lines as a service provider at ITH, filling our schedule with a critical connection to Washington, D.C.”

Thanks to the resumption of United service, the number of available daily seats could reach 250 by early June, and we may continue to see added flights from airline partners as demand increases and restrictions ease.

“We are excited to resume service to Ithaca, providing our customers with an enhanced travel experience and unmatched service,” said Eddie Gordon, managing director of United’s Washington Dulles hub. “A short flight to Washington Dulles will provide customers traveling from Ithaca direct access to the National Capital region and the opportunity to connect to more than 100 domestic and international destinations.”

To celebrate the return of United and to thank our loyal customers, we will be holding a customer appreciation event on June 3rd and 4th. We will be offering free food, coffee, prizes, and more.

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