Fly the dream from Amsterdam to Philadelphia, non-stop
Starting January 2020, American Airlines will fly a 787 Dreamliner non-stop between Amsterdam and Philadelphia. Philadelphia connects business travellers to over 265 destinations across North America and beyond.
During the flight, Flagship™ Business passengers can relax with a host of exclusive amenities, including:
- Spacious fully lie-flat seats, all with direct-aisle access.
- Over 1,000 hours of entertainment available on demand with Bang & Olufsen noise-cancelling headphones.
- Fine dining with celebrity chef-inspired menus and an award winning champagne selection.
- Luxury bedding designed by sleep experts Casper and an amenity kit filled with rejuvenating travel essentials.
- Walk-up bar fully stocked with refreshments.
Premium Economy is a separate cabin between Flagship™ Business and Economy Class. This cabin offers seats with 96cm of total legroom, enhanced dining options, noise-reducing headphones and a complimentary amenity kit. To make your journey even more comfortable, you can make use of priority check-in, priority boarding and a priority baggage label. You can take two pieces of luggage of 23 kg each.
Travellers flying Economy Class (Main Cabin) will receive two complimentary meals and drinks plus a signature ice cream during the flight, while those travelling in Main Cabin Extra can stretch out with up to 15cm of extra legroom.
Throughout all cabins, customers can immerse themselves with over 1,000 hours of the latest movies on-demand to choose from, as well as Wi-Fi, power outlets and live TV streaming of news and sports channel favourites.
Would you like to book your ticket to Philadelphia or another American Airlines destination? Contact our Travel Consultants, and they’ll be happy to help you.
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