AA to Upgrade Routes to Rome

Beginning October 28, American Airlines will increase its flights between Rome and Chicago and New York to year-round service. Service from Chicago's O'Hare hub will operate four times a week, and three times per week from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. Chicago flights will operate Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday and New York flights will operate Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. Peak summer season routes begin April 10 and will continue to be flown daily out of both airports. Visit [www.aa.com].

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