The Atlantic Joint Business – made up of American Airlines,
British Airways, Iberia, Finnair, Level and Aer Lingus – is adding several new
routes between Europe and North America for summer 2022.
American Airlines will launch flights between Rome and
Charlotte, North Carolina, which will operate seven times per week from 5 April
to 29 October 2022.
Meanwhile, British Airways will add a new route from
Heathrow to Portland, Oregon on 3 June 2022. It will operate five times a week
on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
BA will also resume service from Heathrow to Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania on 3 June, operating four times a week on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday and Sunday.
As previously reported, Finnair will operate flights from
Helsinki to Dallas, Texas four times a week from 6 February to 30 October 2022,
as well as a service from Helsinki to Seattle from 1 June to 29 October.
Iberia is due to increase capacity on several routes from Madrid
between April to October 2022, including up to two daily flights to New York, up
to two daily to Miami, one daily to Chicago, up to six flights per week to Los
Angeles, up to five per week to San Juan de Puerto Rico and up to 19 flights
per week to Mexico.
Meanwhile, Level will launch flights from Barcelona to Los
Angeles on 28 March 2022, operating four times a week on Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Saturday.
As previously reported, Aer Lingus – the newest member of
the Atlantic Joint Business – has already launched two routes from its new base
in Manchester to New York JFK and Orlando.
The Atlantic Joint Business offers passengers the ability to
book multi-destination tickets, access to more than 90 airport lounges across
the network, and the ability to earn and redeem Avios, miles, or points across
all airlines in the partnership.