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American Airlines opens new route service from Austin

American Airlines is expanding its nonstop service to the West Coast from Austin, Texas, again – this time with new service to John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana (Orange County), Calif. American, will fly one…

American Airlines is expanding its nonstop service to the West Coast from Austin, Texas, again – this time with new service to John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana (Orange County), Calif. American, will fly one roundtrip each day on the route beginning Sept. 5, 2007. Westbound service out of Austin will be flown with American’s 136-seat MD80 aircraft. Eastbound service out of Orange County will feature American’s 148-seat Boeing 737-800s.



“This new service will be our fourth nonstop West Coast destination out of Austin,” said Henry Joyner, American’s Senior Vice President – Planning. “Orange County is an attractive business and leisure destination airport that many of our customers find convenient and easy to use. We believe this new route will also drive additional Southern California traffic into Austin. We expect it to be another winner.”



Besides Orange County, American also provides nonstop service from Austin to Seattle, San Jose, Calif., Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, St. Louis and Raleigh/Durham. American Eagle also flies nonstop between Austin and Dallas Love Field, as well as St. Louis.



In addition to Austin, American and American Eagle offer nonstops from Orange County to Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago, St. Louis, San Jose, Calif., and San Francisco.

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