Baltimore, Pittsburgh for American Eagle
American Eagle, will add nonstop service between New York LaGuardia Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport, beginning April 3, 2006. American Eagle will operate four daily round-trip flights on weekdays and three round trips on weekends between the two cities, using 37-seat Embraer 135 and 44-seat Embraer 140 regional jet aircraft.
“American Eagle is pleased to provide this new service, which will give Pittsburgh customers convenient access to Manhattan as well as the entire American Airlines East Coast network,” said American Eagle president Peter Bowler.
American Eagle Airlines will add nonstop service between New York John F. Kennedy International Airport and Baltimore- Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, beginning April 3, 2006.
American Eagle will operate one daily round-trip flight between the two cities using 37-seat Embraer 135 regional jet aircraft.
“This new service continues to expand American’s presence on the East Coast and will give travelers from Baltimore and Washington convenient connections to American’s broad international route structure from New York- JFK,” said American Eagle president Peter Bowler.
“As JFK’s and New York’s largest airline, American and American Eagle continue to meet, and exceed, the traveling demands of all New Yorkers,” said Rep. Gregory W. Meeks (D-N.Y.), whose district includes John F. Kennedy Airport.
“This new service to and from Baltimore further expands American’s domestic presence at JFK and complements American Eagle’s many flights into the Washington, D.C. region from JFK and LaGuardia Airports; linking the world’s financial center to the world’s most powerful city.”
“American Eagle’s decision to institute regional jet service between Baltimore and JFK is a very positive move for the economic growth of our region,” said Rep. Ben Cardin. (D-Md.) “American recognizes that BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport is a premier airport, providing passengers with easy access to both Washington and Baltimore.”