American Airlines To Expand Dallas Summer Flights Substantially

American Airlines To Expand Dallas Summer Flights Substantially
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American Airlines has this week revealed plans to expand it’s Summer flights out of Dallas substantially for next year.

The carrier has stated that there will be more than 10,000 one-stop connections around the world from the airport, with new routes to be introduced.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

American Airlines To Expand Dallas Summer Flights Substantially…

American Airlines To Expand Dallas Summer Flights Substantially
Photo Credit: Joris Wendt/AviationSource

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American Airlines will be either adding or expanding the following flights to cities in the U.S from Dallas:

DestinationService Notes
Abilene, Texas (ABI)Increase to five daily departures
Albany, New York (ALB)New service for summer 2024
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (BTR)Increase to six daily departures
Boise, Idaho (BOI)Increase to three daily departures
Chattanooga, Tennessee (CHA)Increase to four daily departures
College Station, Texas (CLL)Increase to four daily departures
Dayton, Ohio (DAY)Increase to four daily departures
Destin/Ft. Walton Beach, Florida (VPS)Increase to five daily departures
Greensboro, North Carolina (GSO)Increase to three daily departures
Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina (GSP)Increase to three daily departures
Kalispell, Montana (FCA)Increase to two daily departures
Key West, Florida (EYW)Increase to two daily departures
Knoxville, Tennessee (TYS)Increase to four daily departures
Lafayette, Louisiana (LFT)Increase to five daily departures
Montgomery, Alabama (MGM)Increase to three daily departures
Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina (RDU)Increase to six daily departures
Redmond, Oregon (RDM)New service for summer 2024
Roswell, New Mexico (ROW)Increase to three daily departures
San Francisco (SFO)Increase to 10 daily departures
Santa Rosa, California (STS)Upgauge from an Embraer E175 to Airbus A319
Seattle (SEA)Increase to nine daily departures
St. George, Utah (SGU)Resuming summer service in 2024
Traverse City, Michigan (TVC)Upgauge from an Airbus A320 to an Airbus A321

On the international stage, this is what it will also look like from Dallas Fort-Worth:

DestinationService Notes
Barcelona, Spain (BCN)New service for summer 2024
Guatemala City, Guatemala (GUA)Increase to two daily flights
Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD)Increase to five daily flights
Queretaro, Mexico (QRO)Increase to three daily flights
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO)Increase to two daily flights
Tulum, Mexico (TQO)New twice-daily service for summer 2024

Commenting on this was Jim Moses, American Airlines‘ Senior VP of DFW Hub Operations:

“We’re thrilled to offer more seats than ever before to our local and connecting customers at DFW next summer”.

“Following our team’s strong operational performance this year, and the airline’s continued investments in its largest hub, we are prepared and excited to operate this robust schedule.”

All eyes will be on how this expansion will perform for the airline from Dallas.

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