American Airlines will add flights to seven new domestic destinations from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) beginning in June. The new destinations are Eugene (Oregon); Redmond (Oregon), Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Columbus (Ohio), Hartford (Connecticut) and Bentonville (Arkansas).
Redmond is the home of tech company Microsoft while Bentonville is the home of retail giant Walmart.
Many of the new flights have been scheduled to feed long-distance international flights operated by American as well as those of its partners Qantas, British Airways and Japan Airlines.
AA also launched flights to Raleigh (North Carolina) on April 2. The airline is also launching flights between LAX and Sau Paulo on November 21 of this year.