American Airlines offers more choices with more flights from Austin

10 new domestic stops and four new international destinations means more options for business and leisure travel with American Airlines.

Since the first American Airlines flight landed in Austin, Texas (AUS), 40 years ago, the airline has grown alongside the capital city. Today, American makes it even easier for customers to travel to and from Austin with the addition of 14 new routes beginning this fall, including four new international destinations, further connecting Austin to the carrier’s global network.

10 new domestic nonstops

 As customers continue to return to the skies, American will add three-times daily service to El Paso, Texas (ELP); twice-daily service to Cincinnati (CVG); Indianapolis (IND); Kansas City, Missouri (MCI); and St. Louis (STL); and daily service to Jacksonville, Florida (JAX); Oklahoma City (OKC); Reno, Nevada (RNO); San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU); and Tulsa, Oklahoma (TUL)

Four new international destinations

 Just in time for planning winter getaways, Central Texans will have four new international options to consider as American adds nonstop service to Cancun, Mexico (CUN); Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR); Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR); Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUJ). The carrier will also begin year-round nonstop service from AUS to Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD) and Nassau, Bahamas (NAS) following this summer’s successful seasonal service

With these new routes, American and partners Alaska Airlines, British Airways and JetBlue Airways will offer customers the most options in Austin this fall. Not only does this mean convenient schedules and seamless connections, but it also provides customers with greater flexibility when it comes to earning and redeeming miles across our partners. Our elite AAdvantage members will have even more opportunities to use their elite benefits.

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