American Airlines Will fly to Denmark for the first time with non-stop service between Philadelphia and Copenhagen: This operation is part of the operator’s expansion across the Atlantic for the summer 2024 season. The new route also marks the company’s return to Scandinavian countries.
“We look forward to welcoming American Airlines to Copenhagen Airport. It’s good news that American Airlines has chosen Copenhagen as its new destination. I hope we will see more American tourists as this will have a huge impact on hotels and tourism in the greater Copenhagen area and the rest of Denmark.This was stated by Peter Krugsgaard, Commercial Director of Copenhagen Airport.
American airlines flight schedule to copenhagen
Starts June 6, 2024.
- Philadelphia – Copenhagen AA Flight 744 PHL 21:10 – CPH 11:10 + 1 daily excursions.
- Copenhagen – Philadelphia AA Flight 745 CPH 14:00 – PHL 16:40 daily excursions.
- The service operates on a seasonal basis and ends in early October 2024.
The path will be run by plane Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner With a capacity of 285 seats in four classes (30 Business Class / 21 Premium Economy Class / 34 Master Cabin / 200 Economy Class) promotional fares are available from $1,411 round trip. American Airlines’ extensive network of destinations in Philadelphia will provide travelers with the ability to connect to multiple destinations within United States and Canadaand to strengthen the transatlantic connection in Copenhagen.
summer season 2024, Copenhagen Airport It will provide non-stop service to New York JFK, Newark, Washington – Dallas, Chicago O’Hare, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Miami, Toronto – Pearson, Montreal and soon Philadelphia.
“It is a large and important company that now flies directly from Copenhagen. This will benefit many passengers. Philadelphia is a great city, but it’s also a major hub in the US, and American Airlines has over 70 routes from Philadelphia to most of North America, so this will benefit many Danish travelersKrogsgaard has been added.
Philadelphia It is the main hub across the Atlantic for American Airlines, and next summer it will carry out its largest expansion since 2019, and the airline will have a network of European destinations to London Heathrow, Paris, Madrid, Dublin, Rome, Barcelona, Athens, Lisbon, Zurich, Amsterdam, Venice and Copenhagen And Naples and Nice.
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