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Celebrate the arrival of additional American Airlines routes to stunning beaches, colorful landscapes, and ideal vacation destinations in Australia, Brazil, Hawaii, and Mexico as you get ready to warm up next winter.

American Airlines will launch new service from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) in October to Brisbane, Australia (BNE), and Veracruz, Mexico (VER), in June. Furthermore, American will restart service to Kona, Hawaii (KOA), and add new service to Rio de Janeiro (GIG) from DFW for the winter season.

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Being an AAdvantage® member makes traveling to new destinations even more rewarding because you can accrue miles and Loyalty Points through flights and other activities. On February 5, tickets for these new routes will go on sale on American’s mobile app and at aa.com.

When American’s seasonal service begins, it will be the longest nonstop flight in the airline’s network. For additional comfort, customers will be able to enhance their premium experience on American’s newly designed Boeing 787-9 aircraft featuring 51 Flagship Suite® seats and 32 Premium Economy seats.

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American’s new and enhanced winter service

OriginDestinationService NotesAircraft Type
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)Brisbane, Australia (BNE)New daily seasonal service begins
Oct. 27, 2024
Boeing 787-9
DFWKahului, Hawaii,
(OGG)
Restoring second-daily service operates Dec. 19, 2024,
to Jan. 6, 2025
Boeing 787-8
DFWKona, Hawaii (KOA)Returning daily seasonal service begins Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 787-8
DFWRio de Janeiro
(GIG)
New daily seasonal service begins Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 787-8
JFKGIGExpanded daily seasonal service starts Oct. 27, 2024Boeing 777-200
Los Angeles (LAX)Auckland, New Zealand (AKL)Earlier seasonal service restarts
Dec. 5, 2024
Boeing 787-9

More short-haul international service this summer

For customers looking to visit idyllic beaches or learn more about new cultures, American will add more flights to the Caribbean and Mexico this summer. In June, American will inaugurate flights to VER, growing to more than 55 peak-day departures from DFW to Mexico. From across the U.S., American will offer more than 105 peak-day flights to Mexico in 2024 – the most of any U.S. airline.

OriginDestinationService NotesAircraft Type
Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (GCM)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts
June 8, 2024
Boeing 737
DFWProvidenciales, Turks and Caicos (PLS)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts
June 8, 2024
Boeing 737
DFWSt. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (STT)Expanded service to two flights on Saturdays starts
June 8, 2024
Airbus A319
DFWVeracruz, Mexico (VER)New daily service starts
June 12, 2024
Embraer E175
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