US American Airlines said in a statement that it will begin a daily nonstop service from Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Buenos Aires, Argentina, effective December 13th.
The company will be able to start the service as part of a new aviation agreement between Argentina and the United States. It is an opportunity for American Airlines to serve Latin America from its Chicago hub, providing connection for passengers and shippers located throughout the Midwest, the Pacific Northwest and Canada via O'Hare.
This new route to Latin American complements our existing service to Buenos Aires from other gateways including Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami and John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. It will be served with a 221-seat Boeing 767-300 aircraft.
Tickets for the new flight will go on sale on August 26th, and are pending final government approval.
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