American Airlines and its regional affiliate,
American Eagle, are increasing their services 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 11 August 2010.
The new flights to be operated by American
Dallas/Fort Worth Mexico City currently 4
daily round trips, increasing to 5 on 18 November.
Mexico City currently 3 daily round trips, increasing to 4 on 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 10 February 2011.
City add one new daily round trip on 16 December 2010.
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 18 November, the route goes to two daily round trips on
American. On 16 December, 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.
Aguascalientes currently one daily round trip on American Eagle,
increasing to two on 18 November.
Dallas/Fort Worth Leon
currently 3 daily round trips on American Eagle, increasing to 4
on 16 December.
Dallas/Fort Worth Veracruz new round trip
on American Eagle, effective 10 February 2011, pending government
Dallas/Fort Worth Queretaro new round trip on
American Eagle, effective 10 February 2011, pending government
American will also 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 La Paz (operated by Horizon Air)
Los Angeles Loreto (operated by Horizon Air)
Los Angeles Puerto Vallarta
Los Angeles Manzanillo
San Francisco Puerto Vallarta
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