American Airlines Inaugurates Service from DFW to Dublin and Munich

By Anna Breuer on 7 June 2019
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The Siegestor marks the border between Schwabing and Maxvorstadt in Munich

The Siegestor marks the border between Schwabing and Maxvorstadt in Munich

American Airlines launched new, non-stop service to Dublin and Munich from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Friday

The Dublin flight is the first non-stop from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to the Republic of Ireland’s capital.

American will operate the Munich flight with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft with 20 fully lie-flat seats in the business-class cabin, 28 recliner seats in premium economy, 48 seats in premium-economy lite, and 138 seats in coach.

It will operate the Dublin flight with Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners with 30 fully lie-flat seats in the business-class cabin, 21 recliner seats in premium economy, 36 seats in premium-economy lite, and 198 seats in coach.

Munich is the capital of the free state of Bavaria. It’s situated on the banks of the Isar River and north of the Bavarian Alps. It is the third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg.

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and that country’s largest city. It’s located at the mouth of the River Liffey and bordered on the south by the Wicklow Mountains.

The addition of the Dublin and Munich flights means that the airport will offer 17 non-stop flights to nine European cities this summer, most operated by American. Travelers can reach a total of 63 international destinations and 190 domestic destinations from DFW.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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