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American resumes Dublin-Chicago flights

[ April 5, 2012   //   ]

American Airlines Cargo is re-commenced its daily, non-stop service from Dublin to on 4 April until the end of the summer season in late October. Flights are operated by a B767-300 wide-bodied aircraft departing the Irish capital at 10.00 arriving in Chicago at 12.20 in time to meet onward connecting services across North, Central and South America.

The carrier has also resumed daily services between Chicago and Helsinki, also using a B767-300 aircraft, and with truck-feeder services to Amsterdam, Stockholm Arlanda, Gothenburg, Malmo and London Heathrow five days a week; with inbound feeder service from ARN, GOT and MMA.

AA Cargo’s managing director, cargo sales and marketing EMEA, Tristan Koch said “Both these destinations are welcome additions to our summer timetable. They have previously been well-supported cargo destinations out of Europe as they are ideal for moving both pharmaceutical and electronics products, both of which are major commodities from these countries into the US and beyond via our network.”

In Ireland, AA Cargo is represented by IAM, while North Air Logistics acts as GSA for Finland.


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