American to Launch Additional Service to Argentina

American Airlines announced today that it will start a new seasonal flight between Miami International Airport and Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires. The new flight will operate four times a week, from July 2 through August 23, subject to government approvals.

American will fly the new route with its 247-seat, three-class Boeing 777-200 aircraft, which features 16 seats in First Class, 37 seats in Business Class, and 194 seats in Economy. American flies all routes to Argentina on its B777-200 aircraft.

Currently, American operates two daily flights to Buenos Aires from Miami. It also flies one daily flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and another daily flight from New York John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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