– American Airlines announced today that it will increase its flights to Mexico, as a result of an increased demand, partly due to canceled Mexicana flights.
American Airlines stated that it will increase its daily round-trip flights between Dallas-Fort Worth Texas and Mexico City from four to five starting on November 18.
On that same day, AA will also increase daily rounds between Miami and Mexico City from the current four to five flights.
American Airlines also plans to establish on the December 16th a new daily round-trip flight between Chicago and Mexico City.
Similarly, the American Airlines also plans to increase from four to five daily round-trip flights between Miami and Cancun, Mexico from 10 February next year.
For its part, American Eagle, a subsidiary of American Airlines, will establish from the November 18 one extra round-trip daily flight between Dallas-Fort Worth and Guadalajara. The flight will be added to the two existing flights on this route.
That same day, American Eagle will also add another daily flight between Dallas-Fort Worth and Aguascalientes, totaling two flights.
Flights between Dallas-Fort Worth and Leon in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, it will go from three to four a day beginning December 16.
American Eagle will also try to open new services in Mexico adding a daily flight between Dallas-Fort Worth and Veracruz, in the state of the same name, and between Dallas-Fort Worth and Queretaro, both to start on February 10.