On Monday I told you all about how American would be bringing legacy American 757s and 767s to fly Philadelphia (PHL) – Europe routes. I also told you that an internal memo from American to employees suggested the addition of new seasonal non-stop routes from Philadelphia to Europe using the 767.
Well, the goods were delivered this morning! American will be starting non-stop service from Philadelphia (PHL) to Budapest, Hungary (BUD), Prague, Czech Republic (PRG), and Zurich, Switzerland (ZRH).
AA will launch new summer ’18 service from PHL-BUD, PRG, and relaunch ZRH! Also ORD-VCE! JFK is losing MAN, ZRH, and a CDG but gain DEN…
— American Fleet Site (@AirlineUSA) August 16, 2017
Since the PHL-ZRH revival has not been confirmed by the company yet, I can’t say what equipment will operate the flight, but it has been confirmed that legacy American 767-300s will operate both the PHL-BUD, PHL-PRG flights.
- Flights available May 4, 2018 – October 27, 2018
- Available for booking August 21, 2017
Stay tuned for more updates!