American Airlines to Debut New Boeing 777-300ER on DFW-Sao Paulo Flights

By Paul Riegler on 27 January 2012
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The first U.S. carrier to take delivery of the new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, American Airlines, a member of the oneworld alliance, will operate the new aircraft on its service between Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas and Sao Paulo, Brazil.

American’s 777-300ER aircraft  will feature lie-flat seats in first- and business class, as well as Wi-Fi access during international flights.

Beginning June 14, American plans to increase its service between Dallas-Ft. Worth and Sao Paulo from seven times weekly to 12 times weekly. Also in June, American plans to launch service between Miami, Florida and Manaus, Brazil.

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