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American Airlines Cargo adds European seasonal service

May 8, 2014

American Airlines Cargo today adds seasonal widebody capacity into the European market, providing customers with more shipping options.

Beginning today, American will offer daily nonstop service between Chicago O'Hare (ORD) and Dublin (DUB) as well as New York Kennedy (JFK) and Rome (FCO). Both routes will be operated with a B767-300 aircraft, and service will continue through Oct. 25.

Exports from Dublin are expected to include pharmaceuticals, medical products, aircraft parts and electronics. Eastbound exports will include machine parts, computer parts, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and textiles.

From Rome, exports will include high-end fashion, textiles and automotive parts. Pharmaceuticals are expected to be the primary export eastbound.

Today, American will also upgrade its widebody service between Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Paris (CDG) to a B777-200 aircraft. Service with a B767-300 aircraft will resume on Aug. 18.

Daily service schedule between ORD and DUB

AA92

  • Departs ORD at 1830
  • Arrives at DUB at 0800 the following day
  • Operated by 767-300
  • Begins May 8
  • Ends Oct. 24

AA93

  • Departs DUB at 1830
  • Arrives at ORD at 1220
  • Operated by 767-300
  • Begins May 9
  • Ends Oct. 25

Daily service schedule between JFK and FCO

AA236

  • Departs JFK at 1650
  • Arrives at FCO at 0735 the following day
  • Operated by 767-300
  • Begins May 8
  • Ends Oct. 24

AA235

  • Departs FCO at 0945
  • Arrives at JFK at 1335
  • Operated by 767-300
  • Begins May 9
  • Ends Oct. 25

Daily service schedule between DFW and CDG

AA48

  • Departs DFW at 1725
  • Arrives at CDG at 0940 the following day
  • Operated by B777-200 beginning May 8
  • Operated by B767-300 beginning Aug. 18

AA49

  • Departs CDG at 1130
  • Arrives at DFW at 1505
  • Operated by B777-200 beginning May 8
  • Operated by B767-300 beginning Aug. 18

 

About American Airlines Cargo

American Airlines Cargo is a division of American Airlines Group, the holding company for American Airlines and US Airways. American provides one of the largest cargo networks in the world with cargo terminals and interline connections across the globe. Every day, American transports cargo between major cities in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia. Together with American Eagle and US Airways Express, the airlines operate an average of nearly 6,700 daily flights worldwide to and from its hubs in Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington DC.

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