United Airlines (UA, Chicago O'Hare) has announced it will suspend seven long-haul routes during June 2022 due to the continued grounding of its Pratt & Whitney PW4000-powered B777s.

The following sectors are affected:

All seven routes are scheduled to resume in July 2022. However, United Airlines will also terminate services from Newark to Stockholm Arlanda.

The carrier's nineteen PW4000-powered B777-200s and thirty-three B777-200(ER)s have remained grounded since a February 2021 uncontained engine failure on one of them. In April, the carrier hoped to start reactivating the jets in mid-May 2022. United Airlines remained adamant in the wake of the incident that the aircraft would return to service once cleared by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that United's B777 fleet also comprises twenty-two B777-200(ER)s and twenty-two B777-300(ER)s powered by General Electric GE90 engines, which are not affected by the grounding.