American Airlines has resumed flights between Dublin and Dallas/Fort Worth.
"An Important Step"
American Airlines vice president of sales and distribution for Europe, the Middle East and Africa Tom Lattig stated, "Like the rest of the world, we are still understanding the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on our daily lives and our business. We know aviation plays a critical role in global relief and commerce. Our flights offer a lifeline for those wanting to return home, for healthcare professionals travelling to serve on the frontline and for goods to travel across the world.
"American [has] resumed its passenger service from Ireland to the United States, by reconnecting Dublin (DUB) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), since schedule changes and government travel restrictions were imposed. The resumption of service between DFW, our largest hub, and DUB, is an important step as we begin rebuilding our international schedule. We are working closely with the airport and local authorities to ensure we continue to serve our customers safely."
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