United Airlines inaugurated last weekend its new service between Chicago O’Hare airport and León, Guanajuato, Mexico. The airlines is the only US carrier to offer the nonstop service between the two cities.
“Mexico continues to be an important region within United’s global route network,” said Jake Cefolia, senior vice president of Worldwide Sales. “We are pleased to offer our customers a new way to get to León, a key business and tourism center for customers connecting in O’Hare from across the US, Asia and Europe.”
“With this new route, visitors will have more alternatives to travel to San Miguel de Allende where visitors can enjoy the great culture this city has to offer,” said Guillermo González, general director of the Tourism Board of San Miguel de Allende.