American Airlines has launched a daily flight between Philadelphia in the United States with Athens, Greece, as part of its 2014 summer seasonal schedule to European destinations.
The Athens-Philadelphia service will operate seven days a week by US Airways. Flight US759 will depart Athens at 11:20am and arrive at Philadelphia at 3:15pm. The return flight US758 departs Philadelphia at 4:20pm and arrives in Athens at 9:05am the following day. All times are local.
The new and seasonal service is operated as part of American’s recent merger with US Airways, providing customers access to a wealth of destinations worldwide.
American Airlines’ 2014 summer seasonal schedule also includes the following connections Paris-Boston, Rome-Chicago, Rome-New York, Dublin-Chicago, Helsinki-Chicago and (operated by US Airways) Dublin-Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina, Glasgow-Philadelphia, Madrid-North Carolina and Shannon Airport in Ireland-Philadelphia.
In addition to the new European routes, American will add new services from Shanghai and Hong Kong to Dallas/Fort Worth.