American Airlines will expand its international service from Philadelphia with new non-stop service between the Philadelphia International Airport and three European cities.
American, which controls 76 percent of the flights at the Philadelphia International Airport, next year will begin year-round, non-stop service to Zurich, Budapest and and Prague, airline and airport officials announced Wednesday.
Flights between PHL and Zurich will begin March 25; the service will be moved from JFK International Airport in New York.
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Summer seasonal service to Budapest and Prague will begin May 4 next year, becoming the first opportunity for passengers to travel non-stop to these central European cities from PHL, according to officials.
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