American Airlines has unveiled its summer 2024 flight schedule, which will considerably enhance connectivity between North America and Europe by adding more than fifty new destinations.
American Airlines will commence non-stop service to Copenhagen, Naples, and Nice in Europe, departing from its principal transatlantic destinations, including New York and Miami, beginning in March 2024.
Service will also be extended to two airports in the continental United States: Hyannis, Massachusetts, and Pasco, Washington state.
The airline will ultimately establish its dominance as the preeminent service provider between the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean by introducing non-stop flights to Tijuana and Ocho Rios in Jamaica. This will bring the number of destinations the carrier serves to 93, the most extensive continuous network of any U.S. airline.
Capacity cannot be maintained while an airline adds 50 new destinations to its network. Recent fleet modifications at American Airlines result from two substantial contracts with manufacturers and other airlines.
Recently, American and Embraer agreed to augment the Envoy Air (MQ) subsidiary fleet with four additional E-175 aircraft. It is expected that the E-175 will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2024.
Additionally, ten Airbus A321 Neos were to be purchased directly from America’s oneworld partner Alaska Airlines. These airframes are part of the complete collection of decommissioned aircraft that Alaska Airlines bid farewell to by September 30, 2023.