Customers of American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia will experience even more benefits this summer as the result of their enhanced joint business relationship. For the first time, the airlines’ schedules are coordinated for flights across the North Atlantic – including American’s London express service with 15 flights per day from the New York City area to London.
The new schedule alignment, which begins March 27, means customers traveling between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and London Heathrow Airport (LHR) will benefit from more conveniently timed flights during peak periods in the late afternoon and evening. Customers will now have more ways to London – 15 flights a day in total between New York City (JFK/EWR) and London (LHR/LCY) – than ever before.
In addition to the schedule changes offering more ways to London, there are many other schedule improvements resulting from the joint business cooperation, including between Chicago and London, Miami to London and Boston to London. On the other side of the Atlantic, schedules also have been aligned for customers flying to all of these U.S. destinations from London.