American Airlines’ spring/summer 2020 international schedule includes its first entrance into the African continent. Beginning June 4, the airline will be the only U.S. carrier with nonstop service to Casablanca, which will be operated three times a week on a Boeing 757 through September 8. With Royal Air Maroc joining the one world alliance in January, passengers will have more connections further into Africa to places like Marrakech, Lagos and Accra.

In early May 2020, American will expand service from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, its Midwest hub, to Eastern Europe. Included will be American’s first flight to Krakow, Poland, and new service to Prague and Budapest, which American began flying to seasonally from Philadelphia in 2018. American will be the only U.S. carrier providing service to Krakow (five times weekly), Prague (four times weekly) and Budapest (four times weekly) from O’Hare. Seasonal service to these Eastern Europe destinations will continue to late October. Also new, starting September 9, is thrice weekly service year-round from Dallas/Fort Worth to Tel Aviv. (