American Airlines offers customers more travel options from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport during the summer season.
The American carrier has formalized its return to the regional airport of the city located in Massachusetts and intends to serve direct flights to Chicago O’Hare from the third day of next month.
These flights were indeed in the American Airlines schedule but were canceled more than two years ago due to the pandemic.
The program of the American company during the summer will also include flights departing from Charlotte Douglas regional airport on board large aircraft such as the A319.
In an announcement posted on its facebook social media page, the airport facility in Manchester-Boston proudly announced the opening of direct flights to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, and the airport’s capacity to receive aircraft operated on major American Airlines routes.