American Airlines Updated International Schedule

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American Airlines announced its latest international schedule which starts this winter and runs through summer of 2021. The airline is planning long-haul international capacity to be operating at 75% of what it was in 2019, resulting in a 25% reduction of international flying.

American says its international routes will be focused on Miami (MIA) for Caribbean and Latin America routes; Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) for trans-Pacific hub; and Philadelphia (PHL) for Europe.

American will slash several routes, including 3 trans-Atlantic routes Charlotte (CLT) and 3 from Philadelphia (PHL). Additionally, 5 international tours from Los Angeles (LAX) to destinations in Asia and South America will be cut as well.

Here’s a look at American’s updated international schedule:

Origin Destination Schedule Change
Charlotte (CLT) Frankfurt (FRA) Service resumes summer 2021
Charlotte (CLT) London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
Charlotte (CLT) Munich (MUC) Service resumes winter 2020
Chicago (ORD) Barcelona (BCN) Service resumes summer 2021
Chicago (ORD) Dublin (DUB) Service resumes summer 2021
Chicago (ORD) Paris (CDG) Service resumes summer 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Beijing (PEK) Service resumes summer 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Buenos Aires (EZE) Service resumes winter 2020
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Lima (LIM) Service resumes winter 2020
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Sao Paulo (GRU) Service resumes winter 2020
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Rome (FCO) Service resumes summer 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Santiago (SCL) Service resumes summer 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Tel Aviv (TLV) Service launches winter 2021
Los Angeles (LAX) Auckland (AKL) Service launches winter 2021
Los Angeles (LAX) London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
Los Angeles (LAX) Sydney (SYD) Service resumes summer 2021
New York (JFK) Paris (CDG) Service resumes winter 2020
New York (JFK) Barcelona (BCN) Service resumes summer 2021
New York (JFK) Buenos Aires (EZE) Service resumes winter 2020
New York (JFK) Rio de Janeiro (GIG) Service resumes winter 2021
New York (JFK) Sao Paulo (GRU) Service resumes winter 2020
New York (JFK) Madrid (MAD) Service resumes summer 2021
New York (JFK) Milan (MXP) Service resumes summer 2021
Miami (MIA) Paris (CDG) Service resumes summer 2021
Miami (MIA) Rio de Janeiro (GIG) Service resumes winter 2020
Miami (MIA) Sao Paulo (GRU) Service resumes Aug. 6, 2020
Miami (MIA) Madrid (MAD) Service resumes summer 2021
Miami (MIA) Santiago (SCL) Service resumes Aug. 5, 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) Amsterdam (AMS) Service resumes winter 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) Dublin (DUB) Service resumes winter 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) Manchester (MAN) Service resumes summer 2021
Philadelphia (PHL) Madrid (MAD) Service resumes winter 2020
Philadelphia (PHL) Paris (CDG) Service resumes summer 2021
Philadelphia (PHL) Rome (FCO) Service resumes summer 2021
Philadelphia (PHL) Zurich (ZRH) Service resumes summer 2021
Phoenix (PHX) London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
Raleigh (RDU) London (LHR) Service resumes winter 2020
Seattle (SEA) Bangalore (BLR) Service launches winter 2021
Seattle (SEA) London (LHR) Service launches summer 2021
Seattle (SEA) Shanghai (PVG) Pending government approval

American Airlines announced they’ll be permanently slashing several routes, with the most being from Los Angeles (LAX). Los Angeles will be losing service to Hong Kong (HKG); Buenos Aires (EZE), São Paulo (GRU), Beijing, and Shanghai.

Additional cuts include Transatlantic service from Charlotte to Barcelona, Rome, and Paris; Dallas-Ft. Worth to Munich; Miami to Brasilia (BSB) and Milan (MXP) to name a few.

What are your thoughts on American’s latest international plan? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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