SAN FRANCISCO—On Monday, February 27 United Airlines announced that non-stop flights from Bradley International Airpot to San Francisco will commence beginning June 8. United Airlines is re-organizing its routes with more destinations. Adding more flight options and more seasonable connections with local costumers.

The seasonal flights will begin in June 8, 2017 and run until September 5. The United Airlines website listed a daily non-stop flight from Bradley to San Francisco International Airport at 6:30 a.m.,  and arriving at 9:46 a.m.

The return flight will leave at 10:30 p.m., and arrive at 6:53 a.m. Eastern Time. The lowest price for a round-trip is $377 at present.

In addition to having Bradley’s non stop flights to to the West Coast, Los Angeles could become another destination.

“It is undeniable that we are witnessing a period of significant growth at Bradley International Airport. With the addition of yet another nonstop route to another major hub,” said Governor Dannel P. Malloy in the press release issued on Monday.

The San Francisco News reached out to United Airlines Marketing and Communications department, but did not hear back before print.

Aileen Moriarty, United Airlines manager of Connecticut sales indicated to NBC Connecticut news:

“This new route will provide multiple connections to destinations along the U.S. West Coast. Also to United’s international routes to China and business centers throughout Asia.”