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American Eagle Airlines to start new services from St Louis to Springfield

BY OUR AVIATION CORRESPONDENT

February 6, 2006: The state-owned American Eagle Airlines will commence daily non-stop services from between Lambert St Louis International Airport and Springfield-Branson National Airport, starting April 10, 2007. The carrier will operate round trip services between the two cities using a 37-seater Embraer ERJ-135 regional jet.

"American Eagle is proud to be back with the AA brand to this route, enhancing the existing Chicago and Dallas/Fort Worth service into and out of Springfield," American Eagle President Peter Bowler said.

"This was possible because of the quality of work carried out by our overnight maintenance team in Springfield, which has rolled to 76 employees since we opened our base 12 years ago," he added.

American Eagle flight no 4731 will depart from St Louis at 6.35 pm and arrive at Springfield/Branson at 7.35 pm, while the return flight will take off from Springfield/Branson at 6.40 am, landing at St Louis at 7.35 am.

Separately, the carrier also intends to commence summertime flights to Montrose, as there are not many flights operating to smaller cities. The seasonal summer service from its Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) mega hub to Montrose Regional Airport Flights will operate between DFW and MTJ June 14, 2007, through September 4, 2007, with a 70-seater RJ-700 regional jet.

American Eagle Flight 3895 will depart DFW at 11:20 am and arrive Montrose at 12:40 pm. The plane leaves Montrose at 1:10 pm, and returns to Dallas/Fort Worth at 4:05 pm. The carrier will operate with Dallas/Fort Worth as its prime hub.

The carrier is the leading US regional airline, with over 1,800 daily flights to more than 140 cities throughout the US, Canada, the Bahamas, Mexico and the Caribbean. These services are operated on behalf of American Airlines.

American Eagle and the AmericanConnection(R) airlines operates and serve 250 cities in over 40 countries with over 4,000 daily flights. The collective network numbers its fleet to over 1,000 aircraft.

American Airlines is a founding member of the oneworld alliance, an organization that has some of the best and biggest names in the airline business. This enables them to offer their customers more services and benefits than any airline can provide on its own.

Together, its members serve more than 600 destinations in over 135 countries and territories. American Airlines and American Eagle Airlines are subsidiaries of AMR Corporation.
 

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