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American Eagle begins service between Grand Island and Dallas/Fort Worth.

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American Eagle, a regional affiliate of American Airlines (NYSE:AMR), on Thursday announced it has launched a new service between Central Nebraska Regional Airport in Grand Island and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

Services are scheduled to leave Dallas/Fort Worth at 12:40 and 20:20 and arrive in Grand Island at 14:25 and 22:00 respectively. Return services will leave Grand Island at 07:00 and 14:55 and arrive back in Dallas/Fort Worth at 08:50 and 16:50 respectively.

AAdvantage customers will be eligible to earn double miles for travel on the route from now through 31 August 2011. The new route will be flown will a mixture of 44-seat and 50-seat Embraer aircraft.

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