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American Airlines is adding seven routes next summer to coastal towns in New England and Nova Scotia. Six of the routes are launching from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and one will be from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
These flights will make it easier for travelers to hike coastal mountains, watch whales, and enjoy the quaint and relaxing beaches and towns of Cape Cod and Nova Scotia. With these new routes, American will serve 75 nonstop destinations from New York City. These include flights between LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and:
- Bangor International Airport (BGR)
- Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ)
- Hyannis’ Cape Cod Gateway Airport (HYA)
- Martha’s Vineyard Airport (MVY)
- Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK)
- Portland International Jetport (PWM)
All of these flights will operate daily using an Embraer E175 starting in June. These aircraft consist of 76 seats (this includes 12 First Class, 20 Main Cabin Extra, and 44 Main Cabin seats). This is the first time that American is flying to Hyannis’ Cape Cod Gateway Airport (HYA) and the only global carrier to serve the airport. Hyannis will also be served daily (seasonally) from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).
Brian Znotins, American’s Senior Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning, said:
American continues to build a network that gives customers the most comprehensive access to the places they want to visit with nine new routes for next summer. New service to Hyannis, expanded service from New York, and more international service grows the largest global network in the United States, connecting more cities than any other U.S. carrier, for a summer like no other.”
Anthony’s Take: Cape Cod is a magical place and with these new flights, American is making it easy to enjoy this coastal paradise.
(Featured Image Credit: Embraer.)
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