One of the things I love about the airline business is the intense competition.
And Vinay Bhaskara, who writes for the website, Airchive.com, found something interesting over the weekend in a United Airlines schedule update.
As L.A. Airspace readers know, Delta has been making a push to add West Coast customers by adding a bunch of flights in L.A. and Seattle. United has typically been the market leader among network carriers on the West Coast, with hubs in San Francisco and Los Angeles. American is generally No. 2.
United added some flights over the weekend that Bhaskara found interesting. Starting in April, United adds two daily flights between Los Angeles and Minneapolis and two daily flights between San Francisco and Atlanta.