Posted on: 09 March 2010 by Ross McSweeny
American Eagle Airlines is to launch nonstop service using Embraer ERJ 145s between Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) in Georgia, beginning on 10 June.
"We are thrilled that American Eagle has chosen to serve the Augusta Regional Airport by adding nonstop service to Dallas/Fort Worth," said Augusta Aviation chairman Karlton Howard. "This will provide travellers from the Central Savannah River Area with convenient connections from Augusta to the American Airlines global network, through its largest hub."
Flights will leave DFW each day at 12:45 and 18:45, landing at Augusta at 16:05 and 22:05 respectively. The return services see departures from Augusta at 06:40 and 16:30, will respective arrival times at DFW of 08:15 and 18:05.