American Airlines Cargo will resume service between New York and Miami, and Tel Aviv. American Airlines Cargo said that the service would run daily using Boeing B777-200 aircraft between New York and Tel Aviv’s coastline metropolis and three flights per week between Miami and Tel Aviv. Typically, flights would transport around 15 tons of cargo every flight, depending on customer load factors.
American would also begin new three-times-weekly flights between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and TLV with a Boeing 787-9 beginning Oct. 31, 2021.
The carrier’s deep partner, AD Aviation International Services, provides GSA sales assistance in Israel.
American intends to fly more than 5,700 wide-body flights worldwide in June.