American Airlines has signed agreements to codeshare with both São Paulo-based TAM Airlines and Bogota-based LAN Colombia. Additionally, American plans to launch new Dallas/Fort Worth-Bogota, Miami-Curitiba and Miami-Porto Alegre services in late 2013.

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Operated by Boeing 737-400 equipment, Xtra Airways’ flight program to Mazatlán will offer nine weekly round-trips of 150-passenger capacity (for a total of 1,350 seats per week in each direction) from Houston, San Antonio, Denver, Los Angeles and Oakland.

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The new AeroMexico service will feature twice-daily round-trips operated by Embraer 190 jets, which in AeroMexico service seat 99 passengers, 11 in business class and 88 in economy.

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American Airlines plans to launch service to new markets in Asia, Europe and Latin America in 2013. On February 14, American will also add four new domestic routes, through its regional-airline affiliates American Eagle and ExpressJet.

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American Airlines has launched an entrée reservations program, saying it has become the first U.S. airline to offer premium-class domestic passengers the opportunity to review menu options and pre-select their desired meals prior to departure of their flights.

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American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, will begin daily round-trip jet service on November 15 between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and the city of Puebla in Mexico.

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The airline launched the weekly Boeing 747-400F freighter service from Singapore’s Changi International Airport to Viracopos-Campinas International Airport in Brazil’s Sao Paulo state on August 16.

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Subject to receiving government approvals, Spirit Airlines plans to begin Dallas/Fort Worth-San Diego-Los Cabos service on November 8. The carrier also plans to begin operating DFW-Cancun service from April 25 and DFW-Los Cabos non-stop service on June 13.

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Spirit Airlines is continuing its expansion at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport by adding non-stop service in the first half of 2013 to another six destinations, among them five cities in the United States and the other in Mexico.

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Spirit Airlines plans to continue its expansion at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport by adding non-stop service to five more cities – one in Mexico – between September 6 and spring 2013. Spirit is also launching twice-daily non-stop service between BWI and Fort Lauderdale.

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American Airlines has announced the initial flight schedules and markets for its first group of Boeing 777-300ERs, which will enter the airline’s fleet from December. On December 13, the Dallas/Fort Worth-Sao Paulo route will be the first to feature American’s Boeing 777-300ER.

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From June 23 to September 2, 2012, Cayman Airways will operate weekly service from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts International Airport on Sundays and from Grand Cayman to Dallas/Fort Worth on Saturdays.

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Spirit Airlines is launching daily service on June 21 between Dallas/Fort Worth and Portland, Oregon. Portland will be Spirit Airlines’ 15th non-stop destination from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

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Boeing will bring its 787-8 demonstrator to seven cities in the U.K., Norway, Italy and the U.S. on the sixth leg of the Boeing 787 Dream Tour of the world later this month and in May.

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On June 21, Fort Lauderdale-based Spirit Airlines is launching non-stop daily service from Dallas/Fort Worth to Toluca (just outside Mexico City), Detroit and San Diego. Spirit is selling low introductory fares on the routes on April 3 and April 4.

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American Eagle will begin twice-daily round-trip flights between Chicago O’Hare International Airport and Sioux City and Waterloo in Iowa on April 3. On that day, also, Eagle begins twice-daily round-trip jet service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Garden City, Kansas.

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From January 31, American Eagle is replacing all of its ATR 72 turboprops now operating from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. The move will mean 14 markets throughout Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas receiving all-jet service.

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The airline says that, by summer 2012, it will offer more domestic flights and seats from New York’s three major airports than any other carrier, with more than 400 daily domestic departures from LaGuardia, JFK and Newark to destinations nationwide.

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OpenSkies and American Airlines say the new codeshare agreement will give American’s customers more travel options when flying to and from Europe and OpenSkies customers easier access to major business markets in the United States.

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