Routes Have Their Entrances and Exits

Yesterday, American added four new/resumed international routes to its Summer 2013 schedule:

  • Chicago – Dusseldorf, resumes April 11, 2013 (discontinued Dec. 1995), 1x daily, operated by a 763.
  • Dallas – Seoul, starts May 9, 2013, 1x daily, operated with a 777.
  • New York – Dublin, starts June 12, 2013, 1x daily, operated with a 752.
  • Dallas – Lima, resumes April 2, 2012 (discontinued Feb. 2006), 1x daily, operated with a 752.

The Points Guy mentions the addition of a few domestic routes as well:

  • DFW-Beaumont/Port Arthur (BPT)
  • DFW/ORD-Columbia (COU)
  • DFW-Fargo (FAR)

Singapore Airlines announced a new Airbus order as well.  With its trade-in of its A345s, it will be discontinuing its EWR/LAX-SIN flights, leaving Qantas’ DFW-SYD nonstop as the longest in the world.

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