American Airlines will boost its service to the Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America region to nearly 270 daily flights with the launch of six new routes from the US, the Dallas/Fort Worth-based carrier said March 29. Beginning Dec. 19, American will begin Boeing 787-9 flights between Los Angeles (LAX) and Buenos Aires’ Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), becoming the first airline to offer non-stop service between the two cities. Also on Dec. 19, nonstop flights between Dallas/Fort ...

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