New York.- American Airlines strengthens its network with service to cities in Asia, Europe and Latin America.
AA announced that it will launched news business plan and network strategy designed to offer customers more choices to new destinations. Next year, American will begin the following international services: Dallas/Fort Worth – Seoul, South Korea; Dallas/Fort Worth – Lima, Peru;
Chicago O’Hare – Dusseldorf, Germany; and New York JFK – Dublin, Ireland.
Customers can begin booking travel for all these routes beginning Nov. 4.
The Latin American entity posted a 7.2% unit revenue increase for the first nine months of 2012, including yield improvements in Mexico and Central and South America. The growing strength of American’s enhanced network, beginning April 2, 2013, American will add service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Lima, Peru. American provides more service than any other airline between North America and Latin America with more than 900 weekly flights to 49 destinations. With the addition of Dallas/Fort Worth – Lima, customers can access 30 destinations to Central America, Mexico, and South America from the Dallas/Fort Worth hub.
In addition, this added service continues to enhance American’s relationship with one world partner, LAN, including reciprocal frequent flyer benefits for American Airlines AAdvantage® and LANPASS members, and reinforces American’s commitment to the Peruvian market by providing seamless connections to multiple destinations including the Dallas/Fort Worth – Tokyo non-stop.