American Airlines to Resume New York to Rome

29th Mar 2005

American Airlines will link
the “City That Never Sleeps” with the “Eternal City” when it resumes
seasonal nonstop service from New York’s Kennedy International Airport to
Rome, Italy, on Sunday, April 3. American will fly the JFK-Rome route daily through October using Boeing
767 aircraft configured with 30 spacious Business Class seats and 189
seats in the Main Cabin. Rome is one of five key European destinations
American serves nonstop from New York, along with Brussels, London, Paris
and Zurich.

“There’s perhaps no more exciting city in the world than New York and no
place more timeless than Rome, and American’s nonstop service brings these
two unique destinations within hours of each other,” said Tom Gleason,
Eastern Regional Vice President for Sales at American. “Along with the
convenience, American also offers AAdvantage travel reward miles, great
in-flight service and affordable fares.”


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