American Launches Second Daily Nonstop to Brazil

    American Airlines continued the development of its international services at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport yesterday by announcing that it will introduce a second nonstop flight between DFW and São Paulo, Brazil, effective June 9.

    American said it will operate the new flight five days a week with 211-seat Boeing 767-300 aircraft in the peak season and three days a week between Sept. 7 and Nov. 22. 


    The inaugural flight will come about one month before the opening of DFW’s new International Terminal D and will give American a significant international service expansion with which to showcase the new gateway facility.


    “Sao Paulo is Brazil’s largest business center and one of the most important destinations in all of Latin America for travel and trade to North Texas,” said Dan Garton, American’s Executive Vice President of Marketing.


    “Our ability to introduce this significant new service is made possible by the strength of the DFW hub and its broad range of connecting service from points across our route network.”


    The DFW-São Paulo announcement comes less than two weeks after American revealed that growth by American and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, at DFW will surpass earlier projections and increase their combined service to a total of 839 departures a day at DFW by July 2005.  This will involve a total of 119 additional flights at DFW above what they offered last summer.


    Including São Paulo, American and American Eagle serve a total of 31 international destinations from DFW.  A 32nd international point will be added in November when American begins nonstop service between DFW and Osaka, Japan. 


    American has been flying nonstop between DFW and São Paulo since April 1995.  With the growth and success of the DFW hub, American and American Eagle have grown their international service offering at DFW by 94 percent since the summer of 1995.


    Here is American’s DFW-São Paulo schedule (all times are local):


    From Dallas/Fort Worth to São Paulo


    Flight #             Departs          Arrives
    981 (new)            5:40 p.m.        5:47 a.m. (next day)
    Operates daily except Monday and Wednesday


    963                  7:45 p.m.        9:56 a.m. (next day)  Daily


    From São Paulo to Dallas/Fort Worth


    Flight #             Departs          Arrives
    962                  9:55 p.m.        6:21 a.m. (next day)  Daily


    982 (new)            11:55 p.m.       8:22 a.m. (next day)
    Operates daily except Tuesday and Thursday



    The Boeing 767-300 aircraft American flies on the DFW-São Paulo route have 29 business class seats, featuring 60 inches of legroom, and 182 seats in the main cabin.


    In flight, passengers on the route enjoy a selection of dining, beverage and entertainment options.  Business Class passengers have access to a number of other amenities for use at their convenience, including powerports at each seat.  Powerports are available in the main cabin at selected seats.


    American Airlines is the world’s largest airline.  American, American Eagle and the AmericanConnection(R) regional airlines serve more than 250 cities in over 40 countries with more than 3,800 daily flights.  The combined network fleet numbers more than 1,000 aircraft. 


    American Airlines, Inc.
    www.aa.com


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    • Show Comments (4)

    • u.s. observer

      good news !!!
      and,,,,, with illegal aliens in the u.s.a.,, soon returning to their home countries perminately … most americans look at this news with much happiness….estimates show illegal brazilian nationals in the u.s.a. numbering maybe 350,000 more or less ,,,,will find the increase in flights to brazil accomodating ,, and reasonable one way tickets for them should be welcome news for these abscounders,criminals,and border crossers…..

    • Guest

      Agree with the above post
      Need more non stops between west coast, and SP. Wife is from SP, we live in Hawaii, going home for holidays (or any other reason) is a less than pleasant experience. It would be nice to have options that didn’t include multiple layovers, or purchasing tickets from an airline that is in the throes of a Bankwruptcy.

    • Guest

      I am happy about it. I have been on the DFW GRU flights in summers past and they are always crowded. Maybe this will help relieve some of it.

    • Guest

      why not
      I THINK WE NEE AMERICAN AIRLINES TO FLY NON STOP FROM LOS ANGELES TO SAO PAULO, BECAUSE IT IS SO HARD TO GET SEATS BY VARIG. VARIG IS THE ONLY CARRIER THAT FLIES NON-STOP. BEFORE THERE USED TO BE NON STOP BY KOREAN AIR, JAPAN AIR LINES, AND VASP ( BRAZILIAN AIRLINES)

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