American Eagle To Offer Shuttle
Dec. 11, 2000
BOSTON (AP) _ American Eagle airlines plans to offer seven nonstop flights a day between Boston and Newark, N.J., starting Jan. 31.
American Eagle, the northeast affiliate of American Airlines, will have a shuttle-style schedule with flights departing from Logan International Airport and Newark every two hours from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
The new service is in addition to eight existing American Eagle and American Airlines flights between Boston and New York's Kennedy Airport.
``There is considerable demand for additional service between Boston and the New York metropolitan area, and customers enjoy having a choice of airports,'' said Tom Bacon, American Eagle's senior vice president for marketing and planning.
The new flights will be on the 37-seat Embraer ERJ-135 jets.