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American Airlines Introduces New Luxury Service Between Boston and Los Angeles

Dec. 4, 2018
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Do you love to travel in comfort and luxury? Especially, on a long-haul flight? If so, you’re in luck when flying American Airlines.

The carrier just introduced its Premium A321T Aircraft on a transcontinental route between Los Angeles and Boston. American is the only airline to offer first and business class on this route.

Tickets go on sale on Dec. 3, 2018, for travel beginning April 2, 2019, between Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). The airline will be offering this premium travel experience on two new daily flights.

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First- and business-class flyers will experience fully lie-flat seats, a chef-curated menu, as well as premium wines and amenity kits. Main Cabin customers will have access to high-speed Wi-Fi and seatback entertainment and will be able to purchase new light and healthy menu options.

At LAX, customers traveling first class will have exclusive access to a private, dedicated VIP check-in facility. Additionally, the Flagship Lounge in Terminal 4 will offer full-service dining and a “build your own cocktail” station. In Boston, first-class customers will have access to the newly renovated Admirals Club, which reopens in early 2019.

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Pro tip: Even if you’re not paying for a first-class seat, you can still access airport lounges with smart spending.

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