American Airlines plans to fly directly from Dallas to Brisbane with a newly designed Boeing 787-9 from October.
The first-ever service between Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, and Australia’s third-largest city, will be the longest nonstop flight in the airline’s network
The flight time will be nearly 16 hours from Dallas to Brisbane, and 14 hours and 20 minutes in the opposite direction.
The service will run in Australia’s warmer months, providing Americans with a chance to escape the cold to relax on Queensland beaches between Oct. 28, 2024 and late March 2025.
American Airlines senior vice president of network and schedule planning, Brian Znotins, noted the route would involve partnering with Australian flag carrier Qantas.
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