Posted on: 08 November 2010 by Mark Howells
American Eagle Airlines has received US government approval to begin daily nonstop service from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Veracruz and Queretaro in Mexico.
From 10 February, Eagle will fly daily to General Heriberto Jara International Airport (VER) in Veracruz, using Embraer ERJ 145s; and to Queretaro International Airport with 37-seat Embraer ERJ 135s.
Gary Foss, vice president – planning and marketing for the AA regional network, commented, "These daily nonstop flights will link customers from throughout central Mexico and the Gulf Coast region with American’s largest hub, offering convenient connections throughout American’s global network."
Veracruz is Mexico’s oldest and largest port city, catering to tourist and business travellers alike, while Queretaro is a thriving inland community, dominated by manufacturing, commerce and tourism.