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American Eagle starts service from Dallas/Fort Worth to Tampico.

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American Eagle, an American Airlines affiliate, has announced that it started service again between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), and Tampico, Mexico (TAM), on 7 April.

American Eagle said it will fly the route daily with its 44 seat Embraer ERJ-140 jets.

Flight 3817 departs Dallas/Forth Worth at 1855 local time, arriving Tampico at 2105 local time; while flight 3816, which commenced 8 April, departs Tampico at 0730 local time, arriving at Dallas/Fort Worth at 0950 local time.

The new route reportedly increases American Airlines offerings to 15 cities in Mexico.

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