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Thursday, 13 June 2013
American Airlines inaugurates Dublin New York JFK service
American Airlines this morning inaugurated its new daily year-round service between Dublin Airport and its New York JFK hub operated by a two class Boeing 757-200 in addition to the existing Chicago to Dublin service. The first flight was operated by N175AN Boeing 757-223/WL c/n 32394.
The new service is operated as part of American's joint business agreement with fellow oneworld® members British Airways and Iberia, connecting travelers to more than 125 cities throughout Europe. The new route provides American's customers access to countless destinations worldwide through nonstop service from Dublin on British Airways and Iberia to the carriers' respective hubs in London and Madrid.
American Airlines Vice President – New York and International Tim Ahern said "Thanks to our joint business with British Airways and Iberia, this new service connects American's customers to a wealth of travel options throughout Europe. Adding this route enhances our expanding global network out of JFK and further establishes American's commitment to providing our customers in New York seamless, one-stop connections to major business and leisure destinations in Europe."
AAL290 Departs New York JFK 1855 arrives Dublin 0655
AAL291 Departs Dublin Airport 0900 arrives New York JFK 1130
American Airlines a member of the Oneworld Alliance operates from Dublin Airport Terminal 2 has been serving Dublin Airport since 2005.
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