American Airlines has unveiled plans to expand
its operations in Europe with new flights to Budapest (BUD) and
Prague (PRG) from Philadelphia, and additional service to Venice
(VCE) from Chicago, starting 4 May 2018.
The airline will operate the Budapest and
Prague flights with Boeing 767-300 aircraft while the Venice
service will be serviced by a Boeing 787-8.
“Summer travel to Europe is very popular,” said
Vasu Raja, American’s vice president, Network & Schedule Planning.
“These flights will conveniently connect customers from two very
important hubs – Chicago and Philadelphia – to exciting markets
across the Atlantic.”
Flights from PHL to BUD will depart at 18:25 and
arrive at 09:35 the next day. The return flight will depart BUD at
11:35 to arrive back in PHL at 16:00.
Flights from PHL to PRG will depart at 18:30 and
arrives at 09:05 the next day. The return leg is scheduled to
depart PRG at 11:30 to land in PHL at 15:10.
The ORD - VCE flights will depart ORD at
19:00 to land in VCE at 11:00 the next day. The return flight from
VCE to ORD will depart at 14:50 and land in ORD at 18:15.
The new flights will open for booking on 21
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