American Airlines launches new routes from Los Angeles

By David Flynn, June 20 2014

IN BRIEF | Qantas partner American Airlines is ramping up its LAX routes with new domestic US and Canadian services.

Los Angeles is already a major hub for Oneworld member American, with almost 50 domestic and international destinations on tap.

American will begin twice-daily flights between LAX and Vancouver from October 2, along with a daily service to Edmonton.

San Antonio, Texas, will also see two flights a day beginning October 2, with Tampa, Florida following daily from November 6.

The Tampa service will operate on a  two-class Boeing 737-800 while Vancouver, Edmonton and San Antonio are being handled by a US Airways Express two-class Bombardier CRJ-900.

Bookings for all flights are available from June 21.

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David Flynn

David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

Kathbirk

Kathbirk

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19 Apr 2013

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Any news on lounge access in Vancouver? Last time I was there there was no One World lounge to be found

ChrisCh

ChrisCh

24 Apr 2012

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I suppose it depends on which terminal you're flying from – I can see British Airways Business and First lounges, along with the same for Cathay Pacific.

driley28

driley28

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07 May 2012

Total posts 371

Travelling to the US, there is no oneworld lounge in the US section.  I used the priority pass lounge for a small fee travelling on QF codeshare, Alaskan operated service.  Alaskan do not operate a lounge there either.


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