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American Airlines Increases Service at DFW

PRNewswire FORT WORTH, Texas Oct. 31 :

Beginning Nov. 1, American Airlines will increase service at its
Dallas/Fort Worth hub by 43 daily flights, giving it 500 departures a day
and new nonstop service to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Providence, R.I.

It will also resume seasonal service to Acapulco and add a third flight to
London Gatwick.

American`s new service to Acapulco and Buenos Aires gives the DFW hub 21
daily flights to eight cities in Mexico and eight flights to eight cities
in Central and South America. The Buenos Aires flights will operate on
Monday, Thursday and Saturday southbound and Sunday, Tuesday and Friday

“With this buildup, our customers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area now have
more frequent service to 99 nonstop destinations in our vast route
system,” said Tim Ahern, American`s vice president of the DFW hub. “This
new schedule benefits both business and leisure travelers.”


Among the cities getting increased service are Atlanta, Houston
Intercontinental, New Orleans, Phoenix, St. Louis, Tulsa and Washington,
D.C., all of which gain at least two additional daily flights.

American Eagle will also increase service Nov. 1, including 12 additional
CRJ700 flights, giving the 70-seat regional jet 47 daily departures at
DFW. Cities with additional CRJ700 service include Amarillo, Corpus
Christi, Little Rock, Lubbock, Tulsa and Wichita.

American also gets two gates returned from DFW Airport which has been
closed due to the people mover construction.

American Airlines is the world`s largest carrier. American, American
Eagle, and the AmericanConnection carriers serve nearly 275 destinations
in 50 countries and territories with approximately 4,300 daily flights.
The combined network fleet numbers more than 1,000 aircraft. American`s
award- winning Web site,, provides users with easy access to check
and book fares, plus personalized news, information and travel offers.
American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld Alliance.