American Airlines has announced that it will resume seasonal flights from Europe starting next month.
According to the national airline of the United States, it plans to resume its seasonal service from nine destinations in Europe namely Madrid (Spain) and Rome (Italy) which will be connected to Charlotte and Dublin (Ireland) which will be connected to Dalla Forth Worth .
American Airlines’ May flight schedule from Europe also includes connections from Venice (to Philadelphia), Barcelona (to Chicago), Amsterdam (to Dallas) and Dublin (to Charlotte).
In June, the American carrier will also relaunch its flights from Paris to Charlotte, Dublin and Athens to Chicago.
American Airlines will operate these routes using its Airbus A330-200s and Boeing 787-8, which offer a range of passenger amenities including personal video screens and enhanced Wi-Fi connectivity.
In a statement, Vasu Raja, Chief Commercial Officer of American Airlines, said: “As we look to the year ahead, it is of the utmost importance to begin again to offer our customers the possibility of traveling to the places they love. We look forward to serving major European countries again with our seasonal service while returning to fantastic destinations like Dublin and Paris, a critically important business market.”