The carrier will fly to Seoul, in South Korea, and Lima, in Peru, from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW). It will also fly to Dusseldorf, Germany, from Chicago O’Hare, and Dublin, Ireland, from New York JFK. Virasb Vahidi, American’s CCO, said: “We continue to strengthen American's service from our hub markets to enhance our international offerings and better meet customer demand. “Nearly one-third of Fortune 500 companies are located in our five hub cities, and these new routes will provide more convenient access for our business travellers to key international destinations."
he Seoul route will launch on May 9 next year as part of American’s joint business agreement with Japan Airlines, while the airline’s service to Lima, Peru, starts on April 2. American will codeshare with oneworld partner, airberlin, on the Dusseldorf route, from April 11, while flights to Ireland will begin on June 12. The new European flights will be operated in conjunction with American's Atlantic joint business partners, British Airways and Iberia American will also add new domestic services, next February, through American Eagle and ExpressJet, from DFW to Beaumont/Port Arthur, Texas; Columbia, Missouri; and Fargo, North Dakota; as well as new Chicago O'Hare to Columbia, Missouri, service. DFW is the largest of American's five domestic hubs offering more than 740 departures to nearly 170 cities in Asia, Europe, North America and South America.Source Routesnew: Steven Thompson
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