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American Airlines has added three new European routes and brings back another route as part of the airline’s largest trans-Atlantic expansion since 2019.

American will add new nonstop service to Europe, with flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to Copenhagen, Denmark (CPH); Naples, Italy (NAP); and Nice, France (NCE). American will also launch new service between Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Barcelona, Spain (BCN) and bring back flights between Chicago (ORD) and Venice, Italy (VCE).

European routes

“American is thrilled to add three new European destinations,” said Brian Znotins, American’s senior vice president of Network and Schedule Planning. “New service from Philadelphia and expanded trans-Atlantic service from Chicago and Dallas-Fort Worth will offer customers convenient one-stop access from more than 200 unique destinations across the U.S. to Europe next summer.”

American will offer 15 daily nonstop flights from PHL to 14 European destinations overall next summer, its largest trans-Atlantic schedule from the City of Brotherly Love since 2019.

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