American Eagle to retire the ATR 72 from the DFW hub on January 31

14 Jan

American Eagle to retire the ATR 72 from the DFW hub on January 31.

American Eagle Airlines (2nd) (Dallas/Fort Worth) is replacing all of its ATR 72 turboprop aircraft operating from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Fourteen markets throughout Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas will have all-jet ERJ service beginning on January 31. The airline will operate the daily flights with a combination of 37-, 44- and 50-seat jets.

American Eagle to retire the ATR 72 from the DFW hub on January 31

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