Throughout March, American Airlines is increasing its summer schedule by restarting 10 routes to the US from airports across the UK and Europe including; Barcelona (BCN), Dublin (DUB), Frankfurt (FRA), London Heathrow (LHR), Madrid (MAD), Milan (MXP), Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), and Rome (FCO).
In addition, as part of American’s alliance with Alaska Airlines, the carrier will launch new service from LHR to Seattle (SEA), beginning March 30, operated on American’s Boeing 777-200. The service will initially operate three times weekly, until June 3 when the frequency will increase to daily.
“We will be here for when our customers are ready to fly,” said Tom Lattig, American’s Vice President EMEA Sales. “With cleanliness and safety top of mind, we have taken extensive steps to ensure it’s safe to travel including earning STAR certification from the Global Biorisk Advisory Council for our entire fleet of aircraft, and all of our Admirals Club lounges. This is testament to the robust Clean Commitment protocols we have instated over the past year, to ensure our customers feel confident and comfortable when they fly American.”
Photo: 777 200 exterior