Regional airline says no more prop planes for Lubbock travelers - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Regional airline says no more prop planes for Lubbock travelers

American Eagle says it will no longer use turbo prop planes between Lubbock and DFW.  Instead the company, which operates on behalf of American Airlines, will use jet planes only starting Jan. 31 in 14 markets.  American Eagle has 7 daily departures from Lubbock to DFW according to a written statement. 

"We are pleased to once again provide jet service to all Eagle destinations from our hub in Dallas/Fort Worth," said Gary Foss, a managing director with American Eagle. 

The markets in this announcement are as follows:

  • Fort Smith, Ark.
  • Joplin, Mo.
  • Killeen, Texas
  • Lawton, Okla.
  • Longview, Texas
  • Lubbock, Texas
  • Monroe, La.
  • Shreveport, La.
  • San Angelo, Texas
  • Waco, Texas
  • Wichita Falls, Texas
  • Texarkana, Texas
  • Tyler, Texas

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