American Also Will Expand Its Existing Codeshare Relationship With Alaska Airlines On Flights Between West Coast and Mexico
FORT WORTH, Texas, Sept. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, are increasing their service to and from Mexico. American said the additional service is a result of increased demand, in part related to the suspension of flights by Mexicana Airlines on Aug. 11.
Here are the new flights to be operated by American Airlines:
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Mexico City – currently 4 daily round trips, increasing to 5 on Nov. 18.
- Miami – Mexico City – currently 3 daily round trips, increasing to 4 on Nov. 18.
- Miami – Cancun – currently 4 daily round trips on weekdays and 5 daily round trips on weekends, increasing to 5 every day of the week on Feb. 10, 2011.
- Chicago – Mexico City – add one new daily round trip on Dec. 16.
Here are the new flights to be flown by American Eagle:
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Guadalajara – currently 2 daily round trips – one on American Airlines and one on American Eagle. On Nov. 18, the route goes to two daily round trips on American. On Dec. 16, the service will increase to 3 daily round trips – one new round trip on American Eagle, in addition to the two round trips on American.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Aguascalientes – currently one daily round trip on American Eagle, increasing to two on Nov. 18.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Leon – currently 3 daily round trips on American Eagle, increasing to 4 on Dec. 16.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Veracruz – new round trip on American Eagle, effective Feb. 10, 2011, pending government approvals.
- Dallas/Fort Worth – Queretaro – new round trip on American Eagle, effective Feb. 10, 2011, pending government approvals.
Here are additional services to and from Mexico on which American intends to codeshare with Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air. American will place its AA* code on flights operated by Alaska Airlines or Horizon Air in the following U.S.-Mexico markets, implementing the services later this year after all regulatory approvals are received:
- Los Angeles – Mexico City***
- Los Angeles – Guadalajara***
- Los Angeles – La Paz (operated by Horizon Air)
- Los Angeles – Loreto (operated by Horizon Air)
- Los Angeles – Mazatlan
- Los Angeles – Puerto Vallarta
- Los Angeles – Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo
- Los Angeles – Manzanillo
- San Diego – Puerto Vallarta
- San Francisco – Puerto Vallarta
*** American will be selling both local (Los Angeles area) and connecting service (to/from another American or American Eagle flight from other cities) on these two routes. For all other markets listed, American will sell only connecting service.
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