American Airlines to Begin Service to Four New Cities from LAX

By Karin Sun on 19 June 2014
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An American Airlines jet taking off in Dallas

An American Airlines jet taking off in Dallas

American Airlines announced it will launch four new routes from Los Angeles International Airport this fall.  New destinations include Edmonton and Vancouver, Canada, as well as Tampa and San Antonio.

Service between Los Angeles and both Edmonton and Tampa will operate daily, while the Los Angeles-San Antonio and Los Angeles-Vancouver flights will operate twice daily.

Flights between Los Angeles and Edmonton, San Antonio, and Vancouver will begin October 2, and will be operated by US Airways Express using Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft, configured with two classes of service. The Los Angeles-Tampa service is scheduled to begin November 6, and will operate using Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

American Airlines, together with US Airways, operates an average of 6,700 flights a day to 339 destinations in 54 countries from its major U.S. hubs. Once American launches the four new routes from LAX, the airline will fly to a total of 53 domestic and international destinations from Los Angeles.

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