American Airlines Adds Several New International Routes

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American Airlines announced it will be launching several new international routes next summer. American Airlines will add flights to three new European cities in 2024 — Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH); Nice, France (NCE); and Naples, Italy (NAP) — starting next summer.

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Per American Airlines,

American will add new nonstop service to Europe, with flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH); Naples, Italy (NAP); and Nice, France (NCE). American will also launch new service between Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Barcelona, Spain (BCN) and bring back flights between Chicago (ORD) and Venice, Italy (VCE).

American Airlines will  offer 15 daily nonstop flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to 14 European destinations next summer including the following new additions:

  • Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH) – new daily service begins June 6, 2024 with/ Boeing 787-9
  • Naples, Italy (NAP) – new daily service begins June 5, 2024 with/ Boeing 787-8
  • Nice, France (NCE) – new daily service begins May 6, 2024 with/ Boeing 787-9

American Airlines will also be launching new service from Dallas-Ft. Worth to Barcleona:

American will launch new service between DFW and BCN for the first time next summer, providing unparalleled schedule options. American will expand its position as the largest U.S. airline serving BCN. With five gateways to choose from across the U.S., American provides an unparalleled schedule and network for customers looking to take in all that Barcelona has to offer.

Lastly, American Airlines will add nonstop service from Chicago to Venice next summer:

American will also be the only airline to offer a nonstop flight connecting the Windy City to the City of Water with the return of service between ORD and VCE. Complementing existing service between PHL and VCE, the additional flight from ORD will allow customers increased schedule flexibility and connect to more than 100 domestic destinations, including more Midwest cities.

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