Beginning May 4th, the world’s largest airline will launch new scheduled services between Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) and its Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) hub.
The new service will provide more than 2,800 seats per week between the two cities, throughout the summer season. The service will be operated by Boeing 767-300 aircraft. Onboard, Business Class customers will benefit from 28 fully lie-flat, aisle accessible seats arranged in a one-two-one configuration, plus personal Samsung Galaxy tablets loaded with the latest movie releases, hit TV programs, games, music and best-selling book excerpts. Business Class customers can also enjoy American’s enhanced International premium cabin menus, designed in partnership with British Michelin-Star Chef Mark Sargeant and world-renowned chef Maneet Chauhan. The Main Cabin features 21 ‘Main Cabin Extra’ seats, offering up to 7” of extra pitch.
From Philadelphia, American’s largest hub in the Northeast USA, customers can connect on to nearly 160 destinations across the USA, Canada, the Caribbean and Latin America. American Airlines has four Admirals Club lounges located at Philadelphia International Airport.
American is in the midst of more than $3 billion in planned improvements to give customers a superior travel experience around the world. These investments include fully lie-flat seats; international Wi-Fi; more in-flight entertainment options and power outlets; a new, modern design for lounges worldwide including in PHL; and an upgraded assortment of complimentary healthy food, cocktails and more.
American and its transatlantic joint business partners currently serve 23 destinations in Europe nonstop with more than 130 daily departures. On May 4th 2018, American will also launch seasonal services from Budapest (BUD) to Philadelphia and from Venice (VCE) to Chicago (ORD).
More information about the new route can be found in the Prague Airport’s Press Release here.