American Airlines boosts US to London flights

American Airlines are boosting their services to London Heathrow from their Dallas Fort Worth fortress hub and from Miami for the winter season.

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American Airlines Boeing 777 at London Heathrow – Image, GhettoIFE.

The strengthening of the services adds more connections for passengers connecting to the vast network. Lets have a look at the flights.

Firstly, between Dallas Fort Worth and London Heathrow, services go three times day, operating 21 flights a week between the two cities.

The updated timetable looks like this:

Dallas Fort Worth - London Heathrow T3
AA050 DEPART DFW 18:25 ARRIVE LHR 09:15+1 Boeing 777-300ER
AA078 DEPART DFW 20:40 ARRIVE LHR 11:30+1 Boeing 777-300ER
AA080 DEPART DFW 21:55 ARRIVE LHR 13:05+1 Boeing 767-300ER

London Heathrow T3 to Dallas Fort Worth 
AA051 DEPART LHR 1015 ARRIVE DFW 14:45    Boeing 777-300ER 
AA079 DEPART LHR 1330 ARRIVE DFW 17:55    Boeing 777-300ER
AA081 DEPART LHR 1450 ARRVIE DFW 19:35    Boeing 767-300ER 

All flights operate daily.
Commences: 26th October 2014
Data: Airlineroutes

The flights are loaded along with the equipment, but check the types before booking.

AA LHR-DFW Departtures
London Heathrow to Dallas Fort Worth Flights, as listed on the American Airlines site.

 Dallas Fort Worth Flights to London Heathrow, as listed on the American Airlines site width=
Dallas Fort Worth to London, showing new flights

Dallas Forth Worth gives great connection across the American Airlines network (and pretty much through most of North America), providing multitudes of connections through the megahub to other destinations, whilst the onward connections at Heathrow gives access to the British Airways network, as well as connections on Iberia, Finnair, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific, Royal Jordan, Japan Airlines, Qantas and SriLankan Airlines.

 

Services from Miami to London Heathrow will also be growing, operating 17 flights a week, with an extra service (flights AA107/108) operating from Miami on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, returning Friday, Saturday, Sunday, forming the following timetable:

The updated timetable looks like this:

Miami International Airport - London Heathrow T3
AA108 DEPART MIA 18:25 ARRIVE LHR 07:55+1 Boeing 777-200 *
AA056 DEPART MIA 19:10 ARRIVE LHR 08:40+1 Boeing 777-300ER
AA038 DEPART MIA 21:00 ARRIVE LHR 10:30+1 Boeing 777-200

AA057 DEPART LHR 09:45 ARRIVE MIA 14:40   Boeing 777-300ER
AA039 DEPART LHR 11:05 ARRIVE MIA 16:05MIA   Boeing 777-200
AA109 DEPART LHR 12:05 ARRIVE MIA 17:20MIA   Boeing 777-200 *

AA56/AA57, AA38/AA39 Operate Daily 
AA108 Operates Thursday, Friday and Saturday 
AA109 Operates Friday, Saturday and Sunday 

Commences: 30th October 2014
Data: Airlineroutes

The flights are showing in the AA booking engine, with the extra flights available to book:

Miami Flights to London Heathrow, as listed on the American Airlines site
Miami Flights to London Heathrow, as listed on the American Airlines site.

London Heathrow to Miami Flights, as listed on the American Airlines site.
London Heathrow to Miami Flights, as listed on the American Airlines site.

Miami provides excellent connection to the cruise lines that operate nearby, as well as to American Airlines Caribbean and South American network network. It also gives access to LAN Group flights for further connections.

Overall, these are nice additions to have, with connecting passengers being the main beneficiaries of these extra flights.

And extra flights mean extra choice – never a bad thing to see from American Airlines.


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Comments

  1. ABC says

    Nice additions? I hate LHR. Why not build a great bridge to the other 3 OW partners in Europe? Most travelers want to arrive at their final destination in Europe rather than being greatly delayed at the busiest airport in Europe. Nothing ever goes wrong at LHR!

  2. DaninSTL says

    +1 @ABC I’d like to see better connections to some other cities in Europe and maybe an avoidance of delays and higher taxes at LHR. I’m sure they must feel that the demand is there or they wouldn’t be doing it though?

  3. Nick says

    I avoid LHR like the plague these days. FRA saves a bunch, so does just picking a Gulf airline if your destination isn’t Europe.