American Airlines adds new routes from Austin

Due to the recovery in demand, it now plans to incorporate 14 new routes from the state capital of Texas.

“Earlier this year we added more flights from Austin and customers have spoken: They want more,” said Brian Znotins, American vice president of network planning. “We look forward to offering our customers even more opportunities to reconnect with family, friends and colleagues. Together with our partners, we are making it easier than ever to connect Austin to the world. “

The sale of tickets for these new routes will be enabled on June 14 at the airline website.

Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, “For the past 40 years, American Airlines has connected Austin and Central Texas to the world. We couldn’t be more pleased with today’s announcement, and we look forward to continuing our successful partnership with American for many years to come. “

The new routes and domestic frequencies will be configured as follows

Destination Frequency Beginning of operations
Step 3 daily Sept. 8, oct. 7, nov. 2
Cincinnati 2 daily Sept. 8
Indianapolis 2 daily Sept. 8 and oct. 7
Kansas City 2 daily Sept. 8 and nov. 2
St. Louis 2 daily Sept. 8 and oct. 7
Jacksonville daily Sept. 8
Oklahoma City daily Oct. 7
Reno daily Sept. 8
San Juan daily Oct. 7
Tulsa daily Nov. 2

For their part, the new destinations and international frequencies will be the following

Destination Frequency Start of operations
Cancun, MEX 4 weekly Oct. 7
Liberia, C.R. 4 weekly Nov. 2
Nassau, BAH 4 weekly Nov. 2
Punta Cana, R.D. 4 weekly Nov. 2
Puerto Vallarta, MEX 3 weekly Nov. 2
Los Cabos, MEX 3 weekly Oct. 7

With these new routes, American and its partners Alaska Airlines, British Airways and JetBlue Airways will offer their customers the most flights from Austin in the fall.

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Alison Taylor, American’s Director of Customer Service, stated, “We are delighted that our customers continue to benefit from our partnerships on these routes. Austin is an increasingly important market for our clients, both business and leisure travelers. Therefore, we will continue to provide our services as the market expands. “

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