So much has changed — domestically and in the world at large — since the UK government released the Integrated Review and MoD Command Paper in early 2021.
American Eagle announces Charleston?LaGuardia service
American Eagle Airlines, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, will begin nonstop jet service between Yeager Airport in Charleston, West Virginia, and New York LaGuardia Airport beginning on 7 April. Flights will be operated 37-seat Embraer ERJ 135s.
"American Eagle is pleased to be the first airline to provide jet service between the State of West Virginia and New York City," said American Eagle president and CEO Peter Bowler. "This service will allow our new customers from West Virginia the opportunity to fly anywhere in the world that American Airlines flies. Business customers will also have the ability to take a quick day trip to New York."
American and American Eagle currently offer nonstop service to 63 destinations on 222 daily flights from four New York area airports, with 100 daily flights from LaGuardia.
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