According to an announcement made by American Airlines on Thursday, the carrier aims to launch five new daily seasonal flights between Europe and the United States.
Three of these lines will facilitate travel to Philadelphia, with flight operations beginning on the 5th of May, 1st of June, and 5th of June 2024, respectively. Boeing 787 aircraft will be used to provide all three of these services.
In order to expand its options, the airline will launch a new route between Barcelona and Dallas Fort Worth on June 1st, using Boeing 777-200 planes.
According to the airline’s claims, American Airlines plans to resume service between Chicago and Venice on June 1st, a route it previously served in 2019.
In addition to resuming former routes, American Airlines plans to operate 67 daily flights between the United States and Europe during the forthcoming summer season.
“American is thrilled to add three new European destinations,” said Brian Znotins, senior vice president of network and schedule development at American. “New service from Philadelphia, as well as expanded trans-Atlantic service from Chicago and Dallas-Fort Worth, will offer customers convenient one-stop access from more than 200 unique destinations across the United States to Europe next summer.”