American Airlines announces dual-class service flights to Dallas-Fort Worth from Tri-Cities Airport

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BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – Anyone looking to fly from the Tri-Cities to Dallas will now have the option to fly first-class.

According to a release from Tri-Cities Airport Authority, American Airlines flights from TRI to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) will soon have 65 seats on the flight, nine of which will be first-class seating.

Currently, the American flights to DFW have 44 single-class seats.

“We are proud to add more seats between Tri-Cities and our largest hub, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport,” said Philippe Puech, Senior Manager of Network Planning at American. “This increased commitment highlights the successful partnership between American Airlines, the Tri-Cities Airport Authority and the Tri-Cities community.”

In 2019, TRI recorded more than 448,000 total passengers visiting the area.

The release says American Airlines offers nonstop service to Charlotte, North Carolina and Dallas-Fort Worth from TRI.

You can book flights at TRI by clicking here.

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