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American Airlines to Sponsor U.S. Pavilion

American Airlines is an
official sponsor of the U.S. Pavilion at World EXPO 2005 in Aichi, Japan,
that will be held between March 25 and September 25. Aichi Prefecture,
which is located in Central Japan, includes the city of Nagoya. More than
120 countries are participating in this year’s EXPO and an estimated 15
million visitors are expected to attend. Aichi is also home to many of
Japan’s largest manufacturing companies. “A world exposition in any country provides a wonderful gathering point
for people of all nations to exchange ideas, learn new ways of doing
things and establish long-lasting relationships,” said Dan Garton,
American’s Executive Vice President of Marketing. “World EXPO 2005 offers
a unique opportunity to showcase the ingenuity of the American people and
set forth the challenges of the future. We’re proud to be able to
transport people to this once-in-a-lifetime event.”

Visitors to World EXPO 2005 will find getting there simple. First, take
American Airlines Flight 27 from Chicago nonstop to the new Central Japan
International Airport, which serves Nagoya. Next, take a 30-minute train
from the airport to Nagoya Station. From Nagoya Station, take the subway
to a connecting train that will take you into the heart of the EXPO. For
more details, go to .

American begins daily nonstop service from Chicago’s O’Hare International
Airport to Nagoya on April 3, 2005.