American Airlines to Add Nine New Destinations from LAX this Year

By Jesse Sokolow on 10 April 2013
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American's Admirals Club in São Paulo, Brazil

American’s Admirals Club in São Paulo, Brazil

American Airlines announced it will add nine new destinations to its portfolio of cities served from Los Angeles International Airport this year.  In addition to the airline’s Los Angeles-Raleigh/Durham service that began on April 2, American plans to add seven additional domestic flights, as well as one additional flight to Brazil.

Beginning June 12, American Airlines will begin flying from Los Angeles International Airport to both Eugene and Redmond, Oregon.  Both new flights will be operated by SkyWest Airlines.

On August 27, the carrier will begin new service to: Indianapolis; Columbus, Ohio; Hartford, Connecticut; and Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport in Bentonville, Arkansas.  The latter will be operated by American Eagle Airlines.

In addition, the airline filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate additional U.S.-Brazil flights this year.  Pending government approval, American plans to add a new daily, roundtrip Los Angeles- São Paulo flight on November 21, 2013.

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