First United Airlines flight into Thunder Bay from Chicago

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United Airlines will cease flights from Thunder Bay International Airport
United Airlines will cease flights from Thunder Bay International Airport

United Airlines Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – Business – First United Airlines flight into Thunder Bay from Chicago arrives at 9:20 this evening. The first flight out to Chicago leaves tomorrow morning at 6:00AM. Business travel, along with personal travel just became easier from Thunder Bay International Airport.

United Airlines Thunder Bay to Chicago

This new service offers travelers the ability to arrive in Chicago in time for the start of the business day and return to Thunder Bay the same day. Customers will now be able to book to 600 world-wide destinations through United Airlines and United Vacations. 

Flights leave Thunder Bay and go to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. 

United Airlines United Lounge in Chicago's O'Hare Airport
United Airlines United Lounge in Chicago’s O’Hare Airport

Frequent fliers will enjoy the United Lounge at O’Hare Airport

Thunder Bay International Airport – Economic Boost

 The TBIAA and its air transportation sector partners are responsible for over 5000 jobs and more than $.5Billion in annual economic activity. The return of Trans- border service is a key success, not just for the TBIAA but for the economy of the region.

The direct impact of United is 15 new jobs in Thunder Bay and the spinoff benefits to the region are expected to be several times the immediate direct impact. The Airport is a major economic impact and booster for both Thunder Bay and the region.

But if you were hoping to get out on that first departure and haven’t booked your ticket, you are out of luck – the flight is full! 

United Airlines Cockpit - Paperless
United Airlines has gone paperless in their cockpits, pilots are on Ipads
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