March 1, 2024

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American Airlines expands its route network from Dallas

American Airlines expands its route network from Dallas

The route to Brisbane will be the airline's longest non-stop flightwhich will be served by Boeing B-787-9 aircraft equipped with 51 seats in the main suite and 32 seats in premium economy class.

Meanwhile, operations towards Veracruz will begin on June 12, 2024, while on October 27 it will be the turn of Rio de Janeiro and Cuna. In all cases, there will be daily flights.

It is worth noting that Starting in June, AA will add more than 55 daily departures on peak days from DFW to Mexico; And 105 from across the United States, the most of any U.S. airline.

Additionally, starting June 8, the airline will expand its current operations to three Caribbean destinations from DFW to two daily flights: Grand Cayman, Providenciales (Turks and Caicos) and St. Thomas.

American Airlines-Qantas strengthens its relationship

The commercial partnership between American Airlines and Qantas will continue to offer one of the most comprehensive networks connecting North America to Australia and New Zealand.

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Brisbane will become a new destination for American Airlines in Oceania.

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Next winter, the alliance will provide flights from Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Vancouver to Four important gateways to Oceania: Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

As part of the American and Qantas partnership, travelers will be able to connect to more than 200 destinations in the United States and nearly 70 locations in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific, more than any other partnership.