American Airlines has just announced some significant expansion to its summer 2020 schedule. The carrier will launch flights from Philadelphia to Casablanca, from Dallas-Fort Worth to Tel Aviv and from Chicago to Krakow, Budapest and Prague.
When American starts flying to Morocco next year, it will be the airline’s first gateway in Africa as well as American will be the only U.S. carrier offering nonstop services to Casablanca. The new route will be operated three times per week on a Boeing 757. Flights are scheduled to begin as of June 4, 2020.
The addition of the new route from Dallas-Fort Worth to Tel Aviv is a response to the growing demand for travels between United States and Israel. American Airlines is adding three weekly flights from Fort Worth hub, where connections to more than 33 new cities in the U.S. (such as Austin, Texas, and San Jose) will be possible. The route is set to launch as of Sept 9, 2020.
American Airlines continues its growth in Eastern Europe, which results in three new destinations, including first route do Krakow (5 times per week), Poland and new services to Prague (5 times per week) and Budapest (4 times per week), where the airline began flying to seasonally from Philadelphia in 2018. These destinations will be operated by a Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, featuring new Business Class and Premium Economy. Flights to Krakow and Budapest are supposed to start as of May 7, 2020, and to Prague as of May 8, 2020.
American will be the only U.S. carrier providing service to Krakow, Budapest and Prague. Besides, LOT Polish Airlines also flies from Krakow to Chicago and seasonally from Budapest to Chicago.
Flights to Tel Aviv will be operated year-round, while the other will be provided only in the summer season.
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