American Airlines adding new flights from Chicago O’Hare next year
American Airlines recently announced it will be adding new flights to Dusseldorf and Columbia from Chicago O’Hare next year.
American Airlines’ parent company AMR Corp. said that the flights services to these destinations are being added as part of its network expansion in 2013.
The airline in a statement said that the addition of new flights from Chicago O’Hare International Airport is aimed at driving revenue growth with a 20 percent capacity increase in five markets during the next five years.
Apart from Chicago O’Hare, American Airlines has set its eyes to increase its capacity to other markets, including Dallas-Fort Worth, Mew York, Los Angeles and Miami.
Virasb Vahidi, American Airlines’ Chief Commercial Officer, said that the flights to Dusseldorf and Columbia from Chicago O’Hare International Airport will be started from April 11. 2013.
Apart from this, the airline will be adding flights to Seoul and Lima from Dallas-Fort Worth in the spring. The airline also revealed that flights to Columbia and Fargo from Dallas-Fort Worth will start operating in February next year. Flights to Dublin from New York JFK will begin operations in June. According to the airline, the customers will be able to book air tickets on all the new routes starting from November 4, 2012.