Sadly, summer is coming to a close and it’s time to start dreaming of your summer vacation for next year. August has flown by and as the colder seasons are quickly approaching, you can plan your next warm vacation in a beautiful, historic European destination.
Although trips to Europe are amazing opportunities to make life-long memories with your friends and family or on your own, they also take a lot of planning, which you can do months or a year in advance.
In addition to finding hotels, activities, and dining options that suit your budget, finding reasonably-priced airfare can be difficult. Finding affordable flights that work with your schedule to your desired destination can be time-consuming, stressful, and at times frustrating.
Thankfully, American Airlines has your back a year in advance and is introducing flights to 4 new destinations for you to explore soon.
What’s In Store For Travelers
On Thursday, August 17, American Airlines announced their plan to expand their travel offerings and is launching 4 new nonstop flights to international destinations, including Copenhagen, Nice, Naples, Italy, and Barcelona from Philadelphia and Dallas-Fort Worth.
Flights will begin as early as May 6, 2024, and will continue through June, with tickets going on sale on August 20, 2023.
From Philadelphia alone, the airline will begin scheduling 14 daily flights to numerous European cities next summer.
This expansion of American Airlines’ trans-Atlantic service from Philadelphia, as well as Chicago and Dallas-Forth Worth, will allow travelers to make their way to more than 200 European cities in the summer of 2024.
What Else Does American Airlines Have to Offer?
In addition to providing travelers with easy access to Europe next summer, American Airlines also has exciting trips planned for the winter season and is re-launching other flight offers.
Some of their pre-existing seasonal routes include trips from Charlotte to Madrid, Dallas-Fort Worth to Rome, and Philadelphia to Barcelona.
The airline also announced new information about their upcoming winter routes including flights to Mexico, the Caribbean, and Latin America to places such as Argentina, the Bahamas, Costa Rica, Belize, and Barbados.
They will be increasing the number of daily flights to the aforementioned locations so you can easily spend some time in the sun during the cold winter months.
American Airlines is also the only airline to offer direct flights from Chicago to Venice, Italy.
The airline will also be resuming nonstop flights from New York and Chicago to Athens, Greece.
What Does This Mean For You?
Known for reasonable fares, good customer service, and plenty of in-plane amenities, American Airlines can help you make your summer vacation dreams come true without breaking the bank.
The airline has been servicing Americans all over the country for nearly a century and offers eight different seating classes to suit your financial and personal needs.
American Airlines also happens to be super pet-friendly and will allow you to easily fly with your furry loved one in-cabin or in cargo to numerous destinations, including all 50 states, Canada, Alaska, Mexico, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, and St. Thomas.
The airline also offers exclusive deals on cruise lines including Norwegian and Carnival, so if you want to enjoy some fun in the sun in the sea at a low price, book your next cruise through American Airlines.
Partnered with Citi Bank, the airline will allow you to rack up points that you can use for your various travel needs.
You can also reserve rental cars and book hotels through the airline, adding to your points and finding more travel bargain deals.
By donating to the Red Cross to provide Hawaii with relief from the fires, you can also gain bonus points for your travel.
With flights to over 150 countries around the globe, you can travel anywhere at a low fare with American Airlines.
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