American Eagle to Increase Santa Fe Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 18 November 2009

American Eagle is to launch a new round-trip service between Los Angeles LAX and Santa Fe and add a second daily, round-trip flight between the Santa Fe Municipal Airport and Dallas-Fort Worth on 19 November 2009.

The airline's first Dallas to Santa Fe service began 11 June 2009 and has been successful enough to prompt the company to add a second connection.

The Santa Fe to Los Angeles flight is expected to do well serving visitors and professionals connected to New Mexico's thriving film industry.

American Eagle's non-stop service between Dallas and Santa Fe uses the 44-seat Embraer ERJ-140 jet. The $20 million aircraft cruises at 500+ mph and 40,000 feet. The same aircraft will be used for the new Santa Fe/LAX service.

The Santa Fe Municipal Airport, which was recently upgraded to handle regional jets like the Embraer, is located on the southwestern edge of the city, about a 20-minute shuttle ride into downtown.

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