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American Introduces Flights to Provo

The Fort Worth-based carrier is introducing its first routes to Provo Municipal Airport in Utah.

An American Eagle Bombardier CRJ-700 operated by SkyWest Airlines (Photo: AirlineGeeks | William Derrickson)

American Airlines has announced that it is launching two new routes to Provo, Utah. The airline will fly to Provo from its hubs in Dallas/Fort Worth and Phoenix.

Details: American’s New Routes to Provo

The new routes to Provo Municipal Airport will start on Oct. 7, 2024. American will operate two daily flights between Provo and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and one daily flight between Provo and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. According to the airline, tickets will be on sale as of April 22, 2024.

American’s flights to Utah’s second-largest metropolitan areas will be operated under the American Eagle regional brand. The airline will use 65-seat Bombardier CRJ-700 aircraft on both routes.

A New Destination for American

These two new routes will mark American’s entry to the Provo market. Two other airlines currently serve Provo Municipal Airport: Allegiant Air and Breeze Airways. American will be competing directly with both airlines, with Allegiant and Breeze both flying between Provo and Phoenix Sky Harbor and Breeze starting flights to Dallas/Fort Worth in July.

Provo is located approximately 45 miles south of Salt Lake City and is home to Brigham Young University and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Missionary Training Center. The city’s airport opened a new terminal in 2022, which features 70,000 square feet of new terminal space and four passenger gates.

Provo Municipal Airport opened a new terminal in 2022 (Photo: City of Provo)

“American Airlines is proud to offer service for the first time to Provo, connecting residents year-round to our expansive network,” said American Executive Vice President Corporate Affairs and Chief Government Affairs Officer Nate Gatten in a press release. “With local connectivity to major metropolitan areas, residents will be able to unlock our vast domestic and global networks to discover new destinations and enjoy all that the American network has to offer.”

Andrew Chen

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    Andrew is a lifelong lover of aviation and travel. He has flown all over the world and is fascinated by the workings of the air travel industry. As a private pilot and glider pilot who has worked with airlines, airports and other industry stakeholders, he is always excited to share his passion for aviation with others. In addition to being a writer, he also hosts Flying Smarter, an educational travel podcast that explores the complex world of air travel to help listeners become better-informed and savvier travelers.

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