American Revs Up London Routes

In the coming months, American Airlines will add a new route between New York and London's Stansted Airport, as well as new flights into London Heathrow, resulting in as many as 20 roundtrips a day between the two cities. American's route between John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York and Stansted begins October 28, with a second roundtrip between JFK and Stansted slated for next spring. Too, beginning March 29, 2008, American also will begin serving London's Heathrow Airport from Dallas-Fort Worth and Raleigh/Durham in North Carolina. "This will be the first time London-bound passengers using our DFW or Raleigh/Durham gateways will be able to fly directly to Heathrow," Gerard Arpey, American's chairman and CEO, said in a statement. Visit [www.aa.com].

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