American Airlines Adding Flights For Football Fans And Tech-Minded Travelers

American Airlines added flights in February and March to take tech-savvy passengers to a major mobile communications trade event and connect football fans with their clubs.

Additional flights and seats to Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas are available until February 12.

American will fly the larger Airbus A321T from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.

A321T-equipped aircraft departing for Los Angeles International Airport will offer premium connections to intercontinental destinations like Logan International Airport in New York and Los Angeles.

American Airlines will operate Boeing 787 round-trip daily flights from Miami International Airport to Philadelphia International Airport on February 8-9.

Over 150 lie-flat rooms are available for Las Vegas flights when demand is high. Passengers who purchase an eligible itinerary receive an upgraded preflight experience, private lounges, and food and beverage experiences.

American added flights to Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport in Spain for tech-savvy Mobile World Congress 2024 attendees.

The airline will fly special service out of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and expand seats from Miami and New York to Barcelona, connecting customers to over 200 locations internationally and in the US with a single stop.

Philadelphia to Barcelona will have daily flights starting in time for the conference to supplement the new year-round service.

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