American Airlines Announces Expansion

An American Eagle Embraer E175 at Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson International Airport

American Airlines has announced a service expansion to the Cape and Coves of New England in 2024.

The New Routes Announced

Beginning on June 5, 2024, service will be added between LGA and Washington Regan to Hyannis, Massachusetts (HYA). These services will operate daily.

Five cities will also be added along the Northeast Coast from LGA. This includes operating the only service from the airport to Halifax in Canada.

Beginning on June 5, 2024, alongside Hyannis will be Portland (PWM), Halifax (YHZ), and Bangor (BGR). American Airlines says all three routes will be operated by the Embraer E175 and fly daily during the summer.

June 22, 2024, will mark the second round of expansion for the airline, with Martha’s Vineyard (MVY), Nantucket (ACK) and Hyannis (HYA) from DCA specifically launching.

As part of all the new routes being launched, including the June 22nd batch, the E175s will be deployed.

Enhancing A Global Network

Next summer, due to this, there’ll be 20 daily departures from Maine to six gateways across the United States.

Additionally, thanks to one-stop connections, 200 destinations will open up worldwide.

American says it’s the only U.S. airline flying to Nova Scotia; thus, it provides fantastic access to the region and enhances connectivity.

Its goal network is expanding even away from the aforementioned services, with new routes within the United States slated to begin.

2023 and 2024 will be pivotal years for American Airlines as the rebuild following the COVID-19 pandemic comes to a close, and the company eyes future growth.

American Airlines has already announced new summer 2024 services to many global destinations. This includes Copenhagen, Naples and Nice.

According to American Airlines, these destinations provide fantastic access for holidays. They are ultimately locations where people can see memories made for a lifetime.

Comments From American Airlines Executive

American continues to build a network that gives customers the most comprehensive access to the places they want to visit with nine new routes for next summer. New service to Hyannis, expanded service from New York, and more international service grows the largest global network in the United States, connecting more cities than any other U.S. carrier, for a summer like no other.

Brian Znotins, American’s Senior Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning.

Daniel Fowkes
13 Oct 2023
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  1. American needs to bring back direct flights from Dallas-Fort to lima peru….will they consider?

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