American Airlines to Launch Flights from Dallas to China

American Airlines announced plans to launch nonstop daily flights from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to Shanghai and Hong Kong starting next June, marking the first direct air service connecting China with Dallas/Fort Worth. The airline currently offers flights to Hong Kong out of Los Angeles and Chicago O’Hare, but the addition of the DFW to Hong Kong route, as well as the route to Shanghai, would make getting to China on American Airlines even easier.

This would also be the first deployment of the Boeing 777-300ER to Hong Kong for American Airlines; a 777-200 will handle the route to Shanghai.

 

American Airlines plans to add nonstop flights to Hong Kong and Shanghai from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in 2014

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