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From palm trees to palm trees -- if that's the kind of cross-continental jaunt that suits you, then here's a welcome piece of news. Palm Beach, Florida (AKA the Tri-State's year-round socialite playground and polo player hangout), welcomes direct flights from LA to Palm Beach International on American Airlines as of November 21.

While the Palm Beach area is already perennially popular with affluent Northeasterners, moneyed retirees and Euro jetsetters, the new service should open it up to a wider niche of travelers who want some South Florida sunshine and East Coast glam, but don't want to deal with Miami madness or Ft. Lauderdale's slower pace.

If you're a California denizen wondering whether Palm Beach really lives up to the hype — and whether it can compete with the star-studded swirl that is Los Angeles, or the billionaire playground of Silicon Valley — here's something to know: among the most popular itineraries for visitors to Palm Beach is the "Celebrities Seen" tour. It’s just like LA's Star Maps, only without the Hollywood Boulevard hawkers. Also, one of the best times to visit Palm Beach is during December to April, a high season that draws every luminary from Oliver Stone to Hillary Clinton.

Ready to book your ticket yet? To illustrate and commemorate, here's a brief photo tour of Palm Beach's regional highlights — including art fairs, gorgeous resorts, riding stables the awesomely over-the-top Mizner Park.

Photo Courtesy of Mizner Park

Mizner Park is known for luxury shopping, Bentleys on display, and a high-energy after-dark singles scene.

Photo Courtesy of Palm Beach CVB

Offshore adventures include boating, fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and SCUBA.

Photo Courtesy of Palm Beach CVB

Every time of day has its particular beauty — dawn brings optimism and a fresh start, while dusk promises glamour and sultry adventures.

Photo Courtesy of Art Palm Beach

Beause of Addizon Mizner's influence and the high net worth of many area residents, Palm Beach is an artists' haven where it's easy to find million-dollar pieces in public spaces. Pictured here, an installation from critically acclaimed art fair Art Palm Beach.

Photo Courtesy of Boca Raton Resort

Seen from an aerial view, the Waldorf-Astoria actually encompasses a huge chunk of prime real estate including Boca Raton Resort & Club, the Bungalows and Boca Beach Club.

Photo Credit: Lena Katz

Museum-quality sculptures are installed all over the grounds of Boca Raton Resort & Club. Some are fanciful, some are abstract, but all carry a heavy price tag. Guests can enjoy them for free by taking a self-guided Sculpture Tour with audio narration on demand.

Photo Courtesy of WEF

A well known hangout of high-end equestrian types, Palm Beach County offers every sort of equestrian showcase, from polo to dressage to major shows like the FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


American Airlines Plans New Non-Stop Service to New Zealand

When American Airlines launches its new non-stop service between Los Angeles (LAX) and Christchurch (CHC), New Zealand, next year, it will become the only carrier to fly from the United States to the South Island of New Zealand. American Airlines also plans to add the only direct service between Auckland (AKL) and Dallas (DFW).

Service to Christchurch is expected to begin in October 2020 and is currently planned to take place three times weekly through March 2021. A Boeing 787-8 aircraft is slated for the flight, with 20 business-class seats and 28 premium-economy seats. The flight from the West Coast to New Zealand’s South Island is 13 hours.

“The South Island sums up everything that our customers are looking for in New Zealand — adventure, culture and wildlife found no where else,” said Vasu Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, American Airlines. “We want to make their lifelong dreams a reality and bring New Zealand’s beauty even closer as the gateway to the South Island where you can drive, hike, cruise and fly to a variety of classic New Zealand experiences.”

“The South Island is a must-see for any international visitor to New Zealand,” added Stephen England-Hall, CEO, Tourism New Zealand. “Thanks to the new non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Christchurch and Dallas-Fort Worth to Auckland, it’s is now easier than ever before to experience all that unique and welcoming New Zealand has to offer.”

The flight between Dallas and Auckland is also expected to begin next year, with service on a Boeing 787-9 aircraft with its 30 business-class seats and 21 premium-economy seats. Additionally, seasonal service between Los Angeles and Auckland resumes Oct. 7, 2020.


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