Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV) is part of American Airlines’ new domestic and international route expansion. Daily nonstop, year-round service between Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) and GNV begins March 3, 2019. Reservations are already being accepted.
The new service provides GNV passengers with access to over 90 new routes that weren’t previously served by existing American Airlines hubs of Charlotte (CLT) and Miami (MIA). The flights will be operated twice daily on a 50-passenger Embraer ERJ 145 (E145).
“We want the best for customers and that means having an expansive network out of DFW,” said Cedric Rockamore, Vice President of DFW Hub Operations for American, in today’s news release. “These new routes are going to provide so many more unique travel opportunities, domestically and internationally, connecting customers from all over the world.”
“This is wonderful and welcome news for our airport and our passengers,” said Allan Penksa, CEO, Gainesville Alachua County Regional Airport Authority (GACRAA). “The expanded service between GNV and DFW creates new synergies with the Dallas area, provides convenient connections out west and beyond, and adds further options for travelers to connect both inbound and outbound on American. GNV is proud to be selected as one of the American’s new seven domestic routes, a testament to the dynamic growth that is taking place in our region.”