American Airlines will delay three of its summer flights from Dublin to Charlotte (CLT), Chicago O’Hare (ORD), and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) (DUB). Data obtained by Aviacionline and Cirium indicate that during the summer of 2019, the largest airline in the United States would provide 13,650 tickets per week on 56 flights. This is a 96.2 percent increase over 2019.
These flights, which will operate from Philadelphia through October 29th, will become part of the regularly scheduled service there.
It’s fantastic to see American Airlines creating more routes! “In Ireland, we enjoy deep connections to the U.S., so this further expansion of connectivity is great news for both business and leisure passengers,” said Dalton Philips, CEO of DAA, the operator of Dublin Airport. “This further expansion of connectivity is great news for both business and leisure passengers.”
“We are delighted to keep working with American Airlines to spread the news about their new services at Dublin Airport,” he added. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with American Airlines.”
Itinerary of the Flights:
Charlotte (CLT)-Dublin (DUB) (CLT)
The departure time of the AA724 flight from CLT to DUB is 16:45.
The departure time for the AA725 flight from DUB to CTL is 11:15 AM, and the arrival time is 14:30 AM.
Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)-Dublin Airport (DUB) (DFW)
DFW 19:10 – DUB 10:05+1 Flight AA132
Chicago O’Hare Airport (ORD) to Dublin Airport (DUB) (ORD)
AA208 will depart from ORD at 22:10 and arrive in DUB at 11:40+1.
Flight AA209, which connects DUB and ORD, takes off at 09:30.
A match between Philadelphia (PHL) and Dublin (DUB)
Flight AA722 leaving Philadelphia at 18:00 and arriving in Dublin at 05:35+1.
Flight AA723 is scheduled to leave DUB at 13:55 and arrive in Phl at 15:55 local time.
The departure time of Flight AA133 from DUB is 14:55, while the arrival time at DFW is 18:35.
Rhett Workman, the managing director of American’s operations in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, said that “We are pleased to announce that we will be increasing the number of flights departing from Dublin to our various hubs in the United States. This provides our passengers, many of whom are itching to get back in the air, with more travel alternatives.”
By the end of the summer of this year, Dublin Airport will have 44 airlines flying to 180 different places across the globe. This summer will provide a plethora of chances for travel thanks to the fact that there are over 1,300 weekly flights to Europe, over 700 to the United Kingdom, and over 200 to North America.