Seasonal service from eight European cities to the States will resume between March and June of this year. Airline will operate up to 14% more flights this summer compared to last year.
American Airlines continues to expand its presence across the Atlantic, announcing the return of some of its popular European routes for the summer. Throughout this season’s peak, American will fly an additional 240 flights each month from Europe – an increase of 14% compared to 2022.
Starting next month, the airline will see seasonal service resume from:
- Madrid (MAD) – Charlotte (CLT)
- Rome (FCO) – Charlotte (CLT)
- Dublin (DUB) – Dallas Fort Worth (DFW)
- Venice (VCE) – Philadelphia (PHL)
- Barcelona (BCN) – Chicago (ORD)
- Athens (ATH) – New York City (JFK)
- Amsterdam (AMS) – Dallas Fort Worth (DFW)
- Dublin (DUB) – Charlotte (CLT)
- Paris (CDG) – Charlotte (CLT)
- Dublin (DUB) – Chicago (ORD)
- Athens (ATH) – Chicago (ORD)
“We are thrilled to be carrying even more passengers across the Atlantic this summer, and are happy to be able to cater to the increasing demand for flights to the U.S. from Europe,” said Kyle Mabry, American’s Vice President – Operations and Commercial, EMEA and APAC. “Last summer showed us travel is high on people’s to-do lists, with summer escapes a key highlight each year. Throughout this busy period, we’re excited to be able to provide an additional 14% of flying, helping further establish American as a leading U.S. carrier within Europe.”
American’s summer schedule from Europe includes:
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Customers will be able to enjoy a world-class flight experience complete with Flagship Business and Premium Economy seats, as well as state-of-the-art interiors, live TV streaming, high-speed Wi-Fi and hundreds of movies and TV shows on-demand at every seat.
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