American Airlines to Offer Non-Stop Las Vegas-Tokyo Flights During 2020 CES

By Paul Riegler on 18 July 2019
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IMG_1341American Airlines in conjunction with its joint-venture partner Japan Airlines announced plans to once again offer non-stop service between Las Vegas and Tokyo for the Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place in January 2020.

The flights will operate starting January 4, 2020 and continue through January 12. This is the second year American will operate these flights.

The world’s largest airline is also adding non-stop flights to Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport from Austin, Texas and San Jose, California, and upgauging existing flights from Philadelphia and Dallas/Fort Worth.

American will operate the flights using Boeing 777-200 aircraft. The planes are equipped with 36 fully lie-flat seats in the business-class cabin arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration. Each seat is 21” in width and extends into a 78” bed. The 777 also has 24 recliner seats in the premium economy section in a 2-4-2 configuration. Each seat is 19” wide and has a seat pitch of 38”.

Business-class passengers arriving in and departing from Las Vegas will have access to The Club at LAS, an independent airport lounge.

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