American Adds New Flights Out of Charlotte, Reopens Admirals Club

By Paul Riegler on 20 February 2019
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A US Airways aircraft at the gate in Charlotte

A US Airways aircraft at the gate in Charlotte

American Airlines announced new service from its hub at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport to four locations, Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Newark.

The service from Charlotte to Fort Lauderdale and to Baltimore will operate twice daily, while the other two are schedule to operate once a day.

The airline is also increasing the frequency of its daily flights from Charlotte to Chicago O’Hare International Airport to a total of ten, to Los Angeles International Airport to eight, and to the New York metropolitan area, including John F. Kennedy International Airport as well as the aforementioned flights to Newark, to 16 combined.

The Chicago-based airline will inaugurate non-stop daily service from Charlotte to Munich on March 30. Other new and previously announced destinations include Erie, Pennsylvania, in May, and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic in June.

The airline’s Admiral Clubat Charlotte-Douglas International Airportreopened on Wednesday following a six-month closure for renovations.  The lounge adds new seating areas as well as a Business Center work area with five workstations.  The lounge offers complimentary beverages and new food and snack options.

Charlotte became part of the American Airlines network following the airline’s merger with US Airways in 2013. Charlotte is American’s second busiest hub, after Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

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