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American Airlines is going all-in at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport in 2024. The airline announced its plans today for a record-setting schedule next summer, with over 850 daily departures.
Let’s dive into these exciting plans.
American Airlines is doubling down on its largest hub — Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). Not only is the airline planning a record-setting schedule with the most seats from DFW that it has ever offered, but it recently opened a massive 214,000 square-foot catering facility (the largest in the country), and it also signed a 10-year use and lease agreement with DFW.
“We’re thrilled to offer more seats than ever before to our local and connecting customers at DFW next summer. Following our team’s strong operational performance this year, and the airline’s continued investments in its largest hub, we are prepared and excited to operate this robust schedule.”Jim Moses, American’s Senior Vice President of DFW Hub Operations
Let’s look at the new and increased routes that travelers can expect in 2024.
American Airlines is investing heavily in its largest hub at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW). A record-setting schedule to over 850 destinations is on deck for the summer of 2024, and the airline has recently strengthened its ties with the airport with a new and improved catering facility and a 10-year use and lease agreement.
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