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JDiver Apr 26, 19 11:46 am

New AA USA - Europe services for 2019
 
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American is adding permanent and seasonal services between hub airports in the USA and European destinations.

scubadu Apr 26, 19 12:04 pm

I'm sorry, is there anything new here? It seems most of these routes were long ago announced... (but I can't claim to have them memorized)

Regards

JDiver Apr 26, 19 12:34 pm


Originally Posted by scubadu (Post 31040162)
I'm sorry, is there anything new here? It seems most of these routes were long ago announced... (but I can't claim to have them memorized)

Regards

Iím sure they were, but thereís no thread mentioning the group of changes and additions.

Mwenenzi Apr 26, 19 12:35 pm

Main AA Eu flights thread---> https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/amer...ess-seats.html

AANYC1981 Apr 26, 19 12:37 pm

#oldnews

enviroian Apr 26, 19 1:33 pm

Now if one can't get a SWU to clear in advance on a flight to CROATIA then there truly is a problem.

:D

arlflyer Apr 26, 19 1:35 pm


Originally Posted by enviroian (Post 31040459)
Now if one can't get a SWU to clear in advance on a flight to CROATIA then there truly is a problem.

:D

You kidding? AA is packing the J cabins on those leisure flights. Mostly retirees going on cruises. I dont think I have ever seen an empty J seat on the leisure routes to Europe they have added. Lots of money in those destinations, just not road warriors.

USFlyerUS Apr 26, 19 1:56 pm


Originally Posted by arlflyer (Post 31040467)
You kidding? AA is packing the J cabins on those leisure flights. Mostly retirees going on cruises. I dont think I have ever seen an empty J seat on the leisure routes to Europe they have added. Lots of money in those destinations, just not road warriors.

Yep, my parents typically fly J when they do, as long as the price is reasonable.

PDXPremier Apr 26, 19 5:02 pm

Isn't PHL-PRG a new route? I don't see that on the list.

arlflyer Apr 26, 19 5:15 pm


Originally Posted by PDXPremier (Post 31040982)
Isn't PHL-PRG a new route? I don't see that on the list.

Started in 2018.

flightrisk Apr 26, 19 6:17 pm

It was discussed in this thread, with a more informative graphic that includes aircraft and frequencies:

https://cimg9.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.fly...0f9fad693a.png

golfingboy Apr 26, 19 6:31 pm

I donít know why AA sent that email today promoting as if this was news. Sounds like bookings on some routes arenít doing so hot and AA felt compelled to ďremindĒ their customers about the new routes.

With that said, I like the direction AA is going with adding/testing new routes and expanding their global footprint. I wonít be surprised to see AA launch flights to Casablanca next year or when they start receiving new 787s.

perseus11 Apr 26, 19 6:45 pm


Originally Posted by golfingboy (Post 31041168)
I donít know why AA sent that email today promoting as if this was news. Sounds like bookings on some routes arenít doing so hot and AA felt compelled to ďremindĒ their customers about the new routes.

With that said, I like the direction AA is going with adding/testing new routes and expanding their global footprint. I wonít be surprised to see AA launch flights to Casablanca next year or when they start receiving new 787s.

Actually, I wouldn't at all be surprised if AA returned to Israel, once additional 787-900s arrive. ;)

boerne Apr 26, 19 6:48 pm

I do think it has to do with seats to land and sea trips for the retiring boomers. That would include us. We have 4 trips that way between now and Jan 2020. Those are pretty much consolidator fares, however it did allow us both to reach EXP last year. And people think its all about cruises, but the land based high end tours are really taking off.

golfingboy Apr 26, 19 6:55 pm


Originally Posted by perseus11 (Post 31041195)
Actually, I wouldn't at all be surprised if AA returned to Israel, once additional 787-900s arrive. ;)

100% agree that TLV is a huge hole and I think AA is definitely leaving money on the table by not swallowing their pride and settling an open case they have in Israel.

DL/UA is making bank in TLV.


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