What do you get when you combine an American Airlines flight and a flight to Europe?
Posted On June 17, 2021
American Airlines has announced the arrival of two new domestic flights to Europe, one in early 2019 and another in early 2020.
The flights are the first time that the American Airlines subsidiary American Eagle has flown to Europe since the beginning of its partnership with British Airways.
The first flight will be to Lisbon on October 27, and the second flight to Munich on November 3.
The flights will begin at 12:00 GMT on the morning of October 27 and depart at 06:30 GMT on November 1.
The American Eagle will fly between London Heathrow Airport and Brussels on its first flight on November 2.
American Airlines says the flights will also be the first of its kind to take advantage of the new SkyTrain service between the U.S. and Europe.
The service will operate from the UK and the U of T, and will connect with existing rail services.
For now, however, the flights are free.
Airlines is planning to expand the service into more European cities in the future.