American Adds Something Extra: Chicago and Arkansas

3rd Jul 2002

BENTONVILLE, Ark. - Sales representatives traveling between Chicago and Bentonville, Ark., will find something extra on flights starting today ... extra legroom.

American Airlines is increasing its service on the route, replacing American Eagle regional jets - that helped develop the market - with Fokker 100s,” said Henry Joyner, senior vice president, Planning. “American’s F100 aircraft offer seating for eight passengers in first class and 79 in coach. Every American airplane features our More Room Throughout Coach product, offering main cabin passengers additional legroom.”

American will fly the route four times daily
Additionally, American Eagle continues to offer convenient all-jet, nonstop service from Bentonville to Dallas/Fort Worth 10 times each weekday and to New York’s LaGuardia airport two times each weekday. AmericanConnection service is also available to St. Louis five times each weekday.



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