Austin lands first nonstop to top Colorado destination this winter

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Snow skiers and snowboarders, rejoice! American Airlines is launching seasonal nonstop company involving Austin and Vail, Colorado, 1 of the top ski holiday places in the state.

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Helpful December 15, American Airlines will start nonstop assistance between Austin-Bergstrom Worldwide Airport and Eagle County Regional Airport in Vail. No other airline delivers nonstop assistance amongst the two metropolitan areas.

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Day by day flights will be available December 15 to January 9, then will switch to weekly from January 10 to February 15, and transfer back to day-to-day from February 16 to April 3. The regional jet assistance will be provided by American Airlines lover SkyWest Airlines.

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American presently is offering tickets for the Austin-Vail route.

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“American is enthusiastic to hook up Austin with Eagle County this wintertime,” states Philippe Puech, American’s director of short-haul community arranging.

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“Austin proceeds to expand, and we’re proud to support that expansion with new routes. This winter, American will provide nonstop company to 38 destinations from the Texas cash. From connecting Central Texans to the slopes this winter to bringing far more small business to the coronary heart of Texas, American is eager to welcome customers on board.”

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The addition of the Vail route builds on the explosive growth of nonstop locations from the Austin airport, with equally American and Southwest beefing up their Austin schedules in latest months.

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“As our town proceeds to welcome additional people today and firms, AUS is doing work alongside the progress we’re seeing by presenting flights to far more places than at any time right before,” states Gina Fiandaca, assistant town manager for mobility. “Residents have additional alternatives to vacation to various places specifically from Austin, which supports our … mission to improve and expand our mobility infrastructure and meet the requirements of our local community.”