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American Airlines launch eight new US routes

News Wednesday, 07 May 2014 13:32 Written by 

American Airlines, together with US Airways, will add eight new domestic routes from the beginning of September.

From its hubs in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Philadelphia and Phoenix, the new routes aim to provide customers with increased access across the combined airlines global network.

 

Commencing on September 3 Grand Rapids, Michigan will have twice-daily non-stop regional services to Charlotte and Philadelphia, operated US Airways Express with Bombardier CRJs.

 

The remaining routes will launch October 2 and include services between:

 

-       Charlotte and Evansville, Indiana, operated thrice daily as US Airways Express with a CRJ

-       Charlotte and Fort Wayne, Indiana, operated daily as US Airways Express with a CRJ

-       Chicago and Bismarck, North Dakota, operated daily as American Eagle with an Embraer ERJ-145

-       Dallas/Fort Worth and Bismarck, operated daily as American Eagle with an ERJ-145

-       Philadelphia and Fort Wayne, Indiana, operated twice-daily as US Airways Express with a CRJ

-       Phoenix and Cleveland, Ohio, operated daily by US Airways with an A320

 

American Airlines’ VP of network and schedule planning, Chuck Schubert, commented: “As we work to fully integrate our two networks, we remain committed to expanding our domestic service to better serve our customers in small-and medium-size markets.

 

“By building our network presence in these regional markets, we are providing more people in more places access to our global network covering more than 330 destinations in more than 50 countries around the world.”

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