American Airlines today launches daily service between Dallas/Fort Worth and Lima, Peru. American provides more service than any other airline between the United States and Latin America with more than 900 weekly flights to 49 destinations. With the addition of Dallas/Fort Worth to Lima, customers can access 30 destinations to Mexico, Central America and South America from American’s Dallas/Fort Worth hub.
“Peru’s economy continues to expand and we’ve seen increased travel demand to that market, as well as throughout Latin America,” said Chuck Schubert, American’s Vice President – Network Planning. “This route plays a vital role in our international network strategy by offering seamless, one-stop connections to major domestic and international destinations through Dallas/Fort Worth – including customers traveling between Latin America and Asia.”
American’s relationship with oneworld® alliance partner LAN and its airline group members provides access to additional flight options within Latin America through codesharing along with customer loyalty program benefits for AAdvantage® and LANPASS members. In addition, American also serves Lima from its hub in Miami.
American Airlines is also offering AAdvantage members up to 20,000 bonus miles every time they fly a round trip on the new route. Customers flying on Business Class and select Economy Class fares (booked in Y, B or H) will receive 20,000 AAdvantage bonus miles for every round trip, and those flying on all other Economy Class fares will receive 10,000 AAdvantage bonus miles for every round trip.
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