Friday, February 12, 2010

American Connection Airlines

AmericanConnection is a brand name used by Chautauqua Airlines in the operation of passenger air service as a regional affiliate of American Airlines at its St Louis hub. AMR Corporation, parent company of American Airlines, also uses affiliated companies (corporations under common ownership) operating under the American Eagle brand to provide regional service to its other hubs in addition to the AmericanConnection service operated by Chautauqua Airlines.

By Summer 2010 American will move all existing American Connection operations to Chicago-O'Hare as part of its restructuring plan, eliminating service by American Connection at Lambert-St. Louis.



AmericanConnection operates over 180 flights a day to 23 destinations. AmericanConnection operates as a member of the Oneworld airline alliance.

Florida
Jacksonville – Jacksonville International Airport

Georgia
Atlanta – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Indiana
Indianapolis – Indianapolis International Airport

Iowa
Des Moines – Des Moines International Airport

Kansas
Wichita – Wichita Mid-Continent Airport

Louisiana
New Orleans – Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Minnesota
Minneapolis – Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

Missouri
St. Louis – Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport

New Jersey
Newark – Newark Liberty International Airport

North Carolina
Raleigh – Raleigh-Durham International Airport

Oklahoma
Oklahoma City – Will Rogers World Airport

Tennessee
Nashville – Nashville International Airport

Texas
Austin – Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
San Antonio – San Antonio International Airport

Virginia
Norfolk – Norfolk International Airport
Richmond – Richmond International Airport
Washington, DC area – Washington Dulles International Airport

Wisconsin
Madison – Dane County Regional Airport
Milwaukee – General Mitchell International Airport