American Airlines Adds Dallas to Brisbane Flights in October 2024

by Anthony Losanno
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American Airlines announced today that it is adding seasonal service between Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Brisbane Airport (BNE). The daily flight will clock in at 8,303 miles, which will make it American’s longest route.

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The new route will complement others flown by American Airlines and its fellow oneworld airline and transpacific joint venture partner, Qantas.

AA Business Class

For these new flights, American will use its premium Boeing 787-9 aircraft. These are equipped with 51 Business Class, 32 Premium Economy, 18 Extra Legroom, and 143 Economy Class seats. This is big bump in the number of Business Class seats as American’s current aircraft have 21 fewer in the cabin.

Brian Znotins, American’s Senior Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning, said:

American is thrilled to grow our international network to give customers more ways to escape the cold next winter. Together with Qantas, customers can enjoy more ways to explore new destinations across one of the most comprehensive networks connecting the United States and the South Pacific.”

Anthony’s Take: American needs some new routes and a few wins after the JetBlue loss. This one, plus the recent announcement around Tokyo are great for American customers and American adding some exciting routes to its network.

(Image Credits: American Airlines.)

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