American Airlines is adding new goals to its global system with extra widebody administration to Germany for summer 2019.
New courses incorporate Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Munich, Germany (MUC) on a Boeing 787-800, starting June 6. This occasional course allows American a second widebody trip to Munich notwithstanding all year Airbus A330-200 administration to Munich from Charlotte (CLT) that propelled in March.
The Munich region is home to driving car makers and their providers and it likewise has a far reaching IT hardware generation industry where clients have officially communicated significant enthusiasm for the new wide body administration.
The second new route from the U.S. to Germany is Philadelphia (PHL) to Berlin, Germany (TXL) on the Boeing 767-300, with service starting on June 7. Berlin is a hub for machinery, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and fruit logistics.
“I’m excited about these new opportunities,” said Tim Isik, American’s Director, Cargo Sales – Europe, Middle East and Africa. “I’m proud to say that American Airlines has the largest network in the world, but we’re continuing to expand into new cities. These new routes further grow our presence in Europe and most importantly, give our customers more opportunities to connect their goods around the world.”
In addition to the new routes to Germany, the airline is introducing new service from Philadelphia (PHL) to Bologna, Italy (BLQ), and Miami (MIA) to Cordoba, Argentina (COR).
American offers more than 430 weekly widebody offerings to Europe and 120 weekly widebody offerings to Latin America.