By Chris McGinnis, SFGATE
Updated 11:38 am PDT, Wednesday, March 18, 2020
United has come out with the specifics of its latest coronavirus-inspired service reductions, and it’s not pretty. During April, the airline’s existing schedule will shrink by a massive 60 percent overall, with many domestic and international non-stop routes being dropped from its hubs, including San Francisco.
Intrepid (or foolish, depending on your outlook) travelers will still be able to get where they are going, but might have to make more stops along the way.
While many point-to-point domestic routes are being cut, United noted it doesn’t currently plan to halt all service to any single U.S. city except for Mammoth, Calif., which will see the usual seasonal shut-down of flights from San Francisco and Los Angeles.
On the international side, the company said …