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American Airlines restarts daily non-stop Paris-Boston service


Thursday, Mar. 10, 2010

American Airlines is preparing to re-launch its seasonal service to Boston, the economic and historical centre of New England and a region within the United States that is traditionally very popular with French tourists.

The new daily non-stop service between Paris and Boston Logan International will this year return for the summer season beginning Wednesday 7 April. Departing from Terminal 2A at Charles de Gaulle, the American Airlines flight will depart at 13h50 to arrive in Boston at 15h55 local time the same day, with the return flight departing Boston at 18h45, arriving into Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2A at 7h35 the next morning. The flight will be operated using an internationally configured two-class Boeing 757 with 16 seats in Business Class and 166 in Economy.

American Airlines is reintroducing this seasonal flight one month earlier than in previous years in response to customer demand. The flight will be operated on a daily basis until 16 November 2010.

Boston as a city perfectly combines tradition and modernity; paved streets, red-brick houses and historic monuments share the city's landscape with modern glass-fronted skyscrapers. The capital of Massachusetts though is easy to discover on foot, especially when following the city's 'Freedom Trail'. This 2.5 mile walking route, connected by a red brick or painted line, uncovers 16 nationally significant and historic sites across the city. Notably, it leads to the majestic State House, the last resting place of patriot Samuel Adams, as well as to the historic Faneuil Hall, known as the 'Cradle of Liberty', which has been a marketplace and central meeting point since 1742. This building remains part of the lively Quincy Market at the heart of the city even today.

Boston is equally a shopper's paradise with a vast choice of shops and boutiques. Newbury Street is one of the most enchanting and historic shopping streets within the city, as the surrounding shopping arcades offer a number of luxury boutiques and salons.

On the other side of Charles River, meanwhile, is the town of Cambridge, celebrated for being home to Harvard University and the similarly famous MIT.

Alongside the Paris-Boston service, American Airlines also operates five year-round daily non-stop flights to the USA: to Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, New York-JFK (two flights a day) and Miami. Once in the US, American Airlines also offers its passengers convenient connections to over 200 destinations within the USA, Canada, Central and Latin America and the Caribbean.