New Flights For Passengers in Dallas With American Airlines

New Flights For Passengers in Dallas With American Airlines
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American Airlines has this week unveiled new flights, mainly from Dallas Fort Worth, ahead of the Winter 2024/25 season.

This includes some new services further afield in the world, as well as bolstering the successful services they have already.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

New Flights For Passengers in Dallas With American Airlines…


New Flights For Passengers in Dallas With American Airlines
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

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The new flights for passengers in Dallas with American Airlines, as well as it’s bases in New York & Los Angeles are as follows:

OriginDestinationService NotesAircraft Type
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)Brisbane, Australia (BNE)New daily seasonal service begins
Oct. 27, 2024
Boeing 787-9
DFWKahului, Hawaii,
(OGG)
Restoring second-daily service operates Dec. 19, 2024,
to Jan. 6, 2025
Boeing 787-8
DFWKona, Hawaii (KOA)Returning daily seasonal service begins Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 787-8
DFWRio de Janeiro
(GIG)
New daily seasonal service begins Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 787-8
JFKGIGExpanded daily seasonal service starts Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 777-200
Los Angeles (LAX)Auckland, New Zealand (AKL)Earlier seasonal service restarts
Dec. 5, 2024
Boeing 787-9

OriginDestinationService NotesAircraft TypeDallas-Fort Worth (DFW)Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (GCM)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts June 8, 2024Boeing 737DFWProvidenciales, Turks and Caicos (PLS)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts June 8, 2024Boeing 737DFWSt. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (STT)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts June 8, 2024Airbus A319DFWVeracruz, Mexico (VER)New daily service starts June 12, 2024Embraer E175

Brian Znotins, American’s Senior Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning had this to say on the new flights:

“American is thrilled to grow our international network to give customers more ways to escape the cold next winter”.

“Together with Qantas, customers can enjoy more ways to explore new destinations across one of the most comprehensive networks connecting the United States and the South Pacific.”

All eyes will be on how these new flights will perform from Dallas, New York & Los Angeles.

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