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Dulles International Welcomes New United Flights to Lisbon and Barcelona
Two New Seasonal Routes to Europe Began Nonstop Service on May 25
The National Capital Region’s international gateway grew even bigger Wednesday, with the start of two new nonstop United Airlines destinations from Washington Dulles International Airport that have never before had nonstop service from any Washington-area airport.
Starting on May 25, United began daily, seasonal service to Barcelona and Lisbon. Service to Barcelona will be operated through October 29 with Boeing 767 aircraft. Service to Lisbon will be operated with Boeing 757 aircraft through September 6.
- Washington Dulles to Barcelona: Depart 5:40 p.m.; arrive 7:45 a.m. the following day
- Barcelona to Washington Dulles: Depart 11:15 a.m.; arrive 2:30 p.m.
- Washington Dulles to Lisbon: Depart 10:15 p.m.; arrive 10:35 a.m. the following day
- Lisbon to Washington Dulles: Depart 12:15 p.m.; arrive 3:35 p.m.
“United’s addition of flights to Barcelona and Lisbon gives passengers new travel options and further solidifies Dulles International as the region’s gateway to the world,” said Vice President of Airline Business Development Mike Stewart.
About the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority:
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operates Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport, the Dulles Airport Access Highway and the Dulles Toll Road and also manages construction of the Silver Line project, a 23-mile extension of the Washington region’s Metrorail public transit system through Fairfax County and into Loudoun County, Virginia. More than 44 million passengers a year pass through the two airports. The Airports Authority generates more than 387,000 jobs in the National Capital Region.