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American Eagle Expands - Launches Service to Five New Cities

Published Jun 30, 2009 on Pilot Jobs

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American Eagle Airlines, the wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines, today began nonstop jet service to five new cities from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Flights began to Santa Fe, New Mexico; Tallahassee, Florida; Montgomery, Alabama; Brownsville, Texas and Lake Charles, Louisiana.


"This is an exciting day for American Eagle as we welcome five new markets into the American Airlines global network," said Jon Snook, Senior Vice President - Customer Service for American Eagle. "With daily service to the Dallas/Fort Worth hub, customers can connect on American Eagle to anywhere in the world that American flies."

"These five new destinations from American Eagle give DFW travelers even more options to connect across the country and around the world," said Joe Lopano, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Terminal Management of DFW International Airport. "And more flights create more choices and more competitive fares for our passengers."

From DFW, American and American Eagle operate approximately 745 daily departures to nearly 160 nonstop destinations, including 34 international destinations.

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