American Airlines has resumed this Sunday flights from Barcelona to Miami (United States), and from Madrid to Dallas Fort Worth (United States), the company reported in a statement.
Throughout the month of March it will also do so with 10 other routes from the United Kingdom and Europe – which include the cities of Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Paris and Rome – to its US connection centers.
The vice president of sales for the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) at American Airlines, Tom Lattig, has assured that the company has taken preventive measures against Covid-19 such as the accreditation of the Global Advisory Council program in Biohazards in the aircraft fleet.
“It is proof of our great commitment to the cleaning protocol introduced last year, so that our customers feel safe,” said Lattig.
The company will inaugurate a new service from London Heatrow airport to Seattle (United States), which will begin on March 30 and will operate three times a week until June 3, when the frequency will be daily.