FORT WORTH , Texas, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Airlines and its regional partner, American Eagle, today began launching 16 new routes, both domestic and international. All are part of announced schedule changes that take effect today, Dec. 13 . Some of the new routes that operate less-than-daily frequencies will operate their first flights later this week.
"These new routes represent significant increases in the scope of our network," said Henry Joyner , American's Senior Vice President - Planning. "We're committed to providing our customers with important new choices, as well as operating routes that make the most sense for our airline."
Here is a list of the new routes starting this week, along with type of aircraft -- all services are daily unless otherwise noted:
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SOURCE American Airlines