American Airlines launched its largest ever Dublin Summer Schedule on 6th May adding daily services to Charlotte (CLT), Dallas (DFW), Chicago (ORD) and Philadelphia (PHL) hubs using Boeing 777-200(ER) and Boeing 787-8 aircraft, a significant increase on pre-pandemic capacity as the airline reconfigured its long-haul fleet phasing out Airbus A330-200 and Boeing 767-300(ER)aircraft.

The seasonal routes complement the airline’s existing year-round daily service from Philadelphia (PHL).

Aer Lingus joined the Atlantic Joint Business (AJB) between American, British Airways, Iberia and Finnair last year and this summer will enable code-share connections codeshare connections on American Airlines flights from Chicago O’Hare (ORD) to Albuquerque, New Mexico, (ABQ); Nashville, Tennessee (BNA); Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW); Los Angeles (LAX); Seattle (SEA); San Francisco (SFO); San Jose, California (SJC) and Tucson, Arizona (TUS).

American Airlines Managing Director for Europe, Middle East and Asia, Rhett Workman said “We are proud to continue to expand our footprint across Europe with more flying from Dublin to our U.S. hubs, providing more flexible travel options to our customers who are eager to return to the skies. American Airlines is grateful to our oneworld and Atlantic Joint Business partner Aer Lingus and the Dublin Airport Authority for their support in building a stronger customer-centric hub at Dublin,”

DAA CEO Dalton Philips said  “It is great to see the expansion of American Airlines. In Ireland we enjoy deep connections with the United States, so this new expansion of connectivity is great news for both business and leisure passengers. We look forward to continuing to work with American Airlines in promoting their expanded service offering at Dublin Airport.”

Image Credit: American Airlines

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