Philadelphia sempre più intercontinentale con American Airlines

Boeing and American Airlines today announced the world’s largest airline will more than double its 787 Dreamliner fleet with a new order for 47 of the super-efficient airplane plus 28 options. This rendering shows the airplanes in the carrier’s livery. (Boeing illustration) (PRNewsfoto/Boeing)

La nota in inglese dell’aeroporto di Philadelphia è per sottolineare che nell’estate 2018 sono partiti due nuovi collegamenti a lungo raggio attraverso l’Oceano Atlantico verso Praga e Budapest. Due nuovi tasselli per il network American Airlines, ma anche per l’aeroporto della Pennsylvania. Non oltre il fatto per la funzione crescente di hub sulla costa est che ha questo aeroporto da tempo, prima con US Airways e poi dopo con American Airlines. I due voli sono entrambi giornalieri e quindi hanno il benefit di avere sia in entratta dall’Europa, ma anche dall’interno degli USA una possibilità estesa di connessioni. Philadelphia è anche una città di notevoli ricchezze culturali ed economiche.

Philadelphia – Budapest (daily)

The PHL‐BUD (AA#96) fight departs PHL on a Boeing 767-300 at 6:15 p.m. and arrives 9:35 a.m. (next day) The BUD‐PHL flight (AA#97) departs BUD at 11:35 a.m. and arrives at PHL at 4:05 p.m.

Philadelphia – Prague (daily)

The PHL‐PRG (AA# 52) flight departs PHL on a Boeing767-300 at 6:25 p.m. and arrives PRG at 9:20 a.m. (next day). The PRG‐PHL (AA#53) flight departs PRG at 11:30 a.m. and arrives at PHL at 3:15 p.m.

American Airlines Launches Service to 2 New European Destinations

PHILADELPHIA — The inaugural flights to Prague and Budapest serviced by American Airlines departed PHL after a celebration on Friday, May 4. International destinations and passenger numberscontinue to increase at PHL with services provided by American Airlines.

The ambassadors to the United States from the Czech Republic and Hungary as well as officials from the New York Consulates of their respective countries attended the gate event with Philadelphia Mayor JimKenney and American Airlines executives. Passengers and guests enjoyed cuisine inspired by traditional food served in the respective countries.

“We are very pleased that our hub carrier American Airlines has introduced service to these wonderful cities,” said Airport CEO Chellie Cameron. “International destinations are a priority and we are proud to see that American Airlines is using PHL to expand its service.”

“American is excited that our customers will now be able to experience the unique cultures of these two prominent European cities,” said Olympia Colasante, American’s Vice President – PHL Hub Operations.“In addition, Hungarian and Czech nationals can more easily connect from our historic city to anywhere in the United States.”

Budapest and Prague share with Philadelphia the distinction of being recognized as World Heritage cities because they each boast at least one UNESCO World Heritage Site.

With the two new daily flights to Prague and Budapest, PHL offers service to 36 international destinations, including 16 capital cities.

“The numbers speak for themselves: Czech Republic, a population of 10 million people in central Europe, regularly receives around 12 million visitors every year.” stated Hynek Kmoníček, Ambassador of theCzech Republic to the United States. “You can explore this dynamic, yet historic jewel in Europe on your next family vacation.”

“American Airlines’ new direct service between Philadelphia and Budapest will open up a new era in Hungarian-American relations,” said Dr. Laszlo Szabó, Ambassador of Hungary. “This new infrastructure willallow Hungarian and American businessmen to trade and invest more efficiently, and help tourists experience the best of both countries with speed and comfort.

“Hungary has one of the fastest growing economies in the European Union, based on exceptionally talented and qualified workers, and an attractive investment environment, which is actively supported by theHungarian government. This direct physical connection will enhance the flow of people, products, investment, and innovation between our nations. I am confident that the Philadelphia-Budapest service will take Hungarian-American relations to new heights.”

Philadelphia – Budapest (daily)

The PHL‐BUD (AA#96) fight departs PHL on a Boeing 767-300 at 6:15 p.m. and arrives 9:35 a.m. (next day) The BUD‐PHL flight (AA#97) departs BUD at 11:35 a.m. and arrives at PHL at 4:05 p.m.

Philadelphia – Prague (daily)

The PHL‐PRG (AA# 52) flight departs PHL on a Boeing767-300 at 6:25 p.m. and arrives PRG at 9:20 a.m. (next day). The PRG‐PHL (AA#53) flight departs PRG at 11:30 a.m. and arrives

at PHL at 3:15 p.m.

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