American Airlines Will Start Flights To Acapulco And Huatulco From DFW Airport
The summer heat has not yet reached the Dallas-Fort Worth area, but American Airlines already wants travelers to think about winter.
"The winter starts in just 226 days," proclaimed the Fort Worth airline, announcing flights to two new destinations in Mexico and five in the Caribbean on Thursday. It will also have eight new routes within the United States. Ticket sales start on Monday.
"By analyzing our route network in Latin America and the Caribbean we saw unique growth opportunities, in order to provide more service to the destinations that our customers value most," said Vasu Raja, vice president of networks and flight planning for the airline.
In Mexico, American will launch a new service on December 21 from the DFW to the resorts of Acapulco and Huatulco with flights from Tuesday to Saturday. Also, as of December 18, it will offer a daily route from Phoenix to Chihuahua.
With this, the airline supplements its daily non-stop service from the DFW to the business center located about four hours south of El Paso. DFW and O'Hare will be the starting points for the new service to St. Thomas.
On December 18, the airline will reinforce its service to South America with a second daily flight between DFW and the airports of San José and Liberia in Costa Rica.
American Airlines launches new route Durango - Dallas / Fort Worth
American Airlines presented during a breakfast organized by the company its most recent route in Mexico: Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) - Durango (DGO), which will operate daily from June 6, becoming the 22nd destination in the country.
"We are proud to continue expanding our presence in Mexico," said Vicky Uzal, commercial manager of American. "This flight will be key to boost the economy and tourism to Durango, and at the same time offer our customers in Durango multiple connection options through Dallas / Fort Worth, from where they will have access to more than 900 daily flights to more than 200 destinations in the United States and around the world."
"The state of Durango stands out for its strategic geographic location, for its vast wealth of natural resources and economic activities, making it a key destination for the airline," added Uzal.
Today, American offers service to more destinations in Mexico than in any other country outside the United States.
Currently, American is the leading US airline in Mexico, operating up to 629 weekly flights between Mexico and the United States, from its 21 destinations in the country (very soon 22 with the arrival of DGO) to its hubs in Charlotte, Carolina North (CLT), Chicago (ORD), DFW, Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK), Philadelphia (PHL) and Phoenix (PHX), as well as the city of Boston.
The presentation of this new route was attended by Eleazar Gamboa, secretary of Tourism of Durango and Elvira Silerio, undersecretary of promotion of the Ministry of Tourism; among other authorities, travel agencies and special guests of the company.