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American Airlines to Add International Flights, New Domestics From DFW

Oct. 12, 2018
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The airline that currently serves up the most flight patterns throughout several locations south of the border plans to increase travelers’ options considerably. American Airlines will be rolling out new domestic and international flights from several busy hubs in 2019.

AA has hubs in Chicago; Dallas/Fort Worth; Charlotte, North Carolina; Los Angeles; Miami; New York; Philadelphia; Phoenix and Washington, D.C.

Domestic routes from Dallas/Fort Worth

The airline’s largest hub, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), will be extending services with 15 new regional gates throughout the upcoming summer. On March 3, 2019, this expansion will provide a new service to Valley International Airport (HRL) in Harlingen, Texas, as well as new, additional domestic routes from DFW.

Part of the airline’s plan, the new routes will increase DFW’s daily operations from about 800 departures to nearly 900 departures by the summer of 2019.

March 3, 2019 will mark the beginning of new daily, year-round service for:

  • DFW–Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) in Georgia.
  • DFW–Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV) in Florida.
  • DFW–Yuma International Airport (YUM) in Arizona.
  • DFW–Meadows Field Airport (BFL) in Bakersfield, California.

New daily service for these three routes will begin on April 2, 2019:

  • DFW–Monterey Regional Airport (MRY) in California (seasonal).
  • DFW–Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) in Arizona (year-round).
  • DFW–Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) in California (year-round).

International flights

Additionally, the existing international destinations from airports such as DFW, Miami International Airport (MIA) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) in New York will see increased service options beginning next year.

A new flight from MIA to Antonio Maceo Airport (SCU) in Santiago de Cuba is set to begin May 3, 2019. This will mark the sixth destination in Cuba and will be a daily flight. Beginning June 6, 2019, there will be a new service from DFW to Durango International Airport (DGO) in Mexico.

Honduras, Aruba and the Dominican Republic will be destinations that will see extended services beginning in summer of 2019

Additional new destinations

American will also operate the following new routes next year:

Beginning Feb. 14, new daily service:

  • Reagan National Airport (DCA) in Washington, D.C.–Will Rogers Airport (OKC) in Oklahoma City.
  • LGA–McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS) in Knoxville, Tennessee.
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York–San Antonio International Airport (SAT) in Texas.

Beginning April 2, new daily service:

  • LAX–Tulsa International Airport (TUL) in Oklahoma.

Beginning June 8, new seasonal service:

  • Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)–Cherry Capital Airport (TVC) in Traverse City, Michigan

Tickets for these newly added flights are available for purchase now. Get your tickets early and allow plenty of time for planning the perfect trip to one of the local or international destinations.

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