United Airlines plans to resume service on nearly 30 international routes in September; routes include flights to Asia, India, Australia, Israel and Latin America  The airline intends to fly 37% of its overall schedule in September as compared with the same period last year, representing a 4% increase in capacity compared with what is planned for August. United is also extending its waiver of change fees and award redeposit fees for reservations through Aug. 31.  United intends to begin new nonstop service between Chicago and Tel Aviv and resume eight routes in the Atlantic and Pacific, including the return of European service from Houston with flights to Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Across the Pacific in September, United plans to restart three-times-weekly service between Los Angeles and Sydney and passenger service between Chicago and Hong Kong (subject to government approval).