As part of United Airlines' plan to resume 40 international flights this November, the Chicago-based airline will be resuming flights to Taiwan and adding more weekly flights to Seoul.

In a release from the airline, United will resume non-stop flights from San Francisco to Taipei. The non-stop flights will operate three-times weekly.

Along with the resumption of San Francisco-Taipei flights, United will increase its weekly flights from San Francisco to Seoul-Incheon to five-times weekly.

United is currently operating both routes on a cargo-only basis.

With the flight resumptions, United reports it will operate 38% of its international network in November – up from 32% in October.

Along with the resumption of flights to Taipei and Seoul, United has announced tickets for a set of new international routes including the planned Chicago-Delhi and San Francisco-Bangalore flights will begin on October 3. Both routes are scheduled to launch on Dec 10 (Chicago-Delhi) and May 6, 2021 (San Francisco-Bangalore).

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