Last week I told you that American Airlines would be introducing flights from Philadelphia (PHL) to Budapest (BUD) and Prague (PRG), as well as resuming its Philadelphia (PHL)-Zurich (ZRH) route.

Some fine details were unclear, but now we have some additional information.

Philadelphia – Budapest

Frequency: 1x; 7 days per week

Route effective: May 4, 2018

Equipment: Boeing 767-300ER

AA #96 Philadelphia (PHL) –> Budapest (BUD) 6:25PM – 9:35AM +1 Day
AA #97 Budapest (BUD) –> Philadelphia (PHL) 11:35 AM – 4:00 PM

Philadelphia – Prague

Frequency: 1x; 7 days per week

Route effective: May 4, 2018

Equipment: Boeing 767-300ER

AA #52 Philadelphia (PHL) –> Prague (PRG) 6:30 PM – 9:05 AM +1 Day
AA #53 Prague (PRG) –> Philadelphia (PHL) 11:30 AM – 3:10 PM

Philadelphia – Zurich

Frequency: 1x; 7 days per week

Route effective: March 25, 2018

Equipment: Boeing 767-300ER

AA #92 Philadelphia (PHL) –> Zurich (ZRH) 6:20 PM – 8:25 AM +1 Day
AA #93 Zurich (ZRH) –> Philadelphia (PA) 10:15 AM – 1:20 PM

Additional Updates

As we know, American planned to roll legacy US Airways 757s off of shorter Trans-Atlantic (TATL) routes and onto the Hawaii routes left vacant. As such, I was curious how they would backfill the voids in the TATL flights. We now have our answer.

Philadelphia (PHL) – Amsterdam (AMS) will have its 757 replaced by a 767-300ER on 1x daily flights beginning March 25, 2018. (Note: AA.com is only showing the 767 loaded as of June 1, 2018. All dates prior are still the 757)
Philadelphia (PHL) – Lisbon (LIS) will have its 757 replaced by a 767-300ER on 1x daily flights beginning April 3, 2018. (Note: AA.com is only showing the 767 loaded as of June 7, 2018. All dates prior are still the 757)

 

(H/T: AirlineRoute)