NEW YORK – American Airlines will begin offering new hourly shuttle services between New York’s LaGuardia and Chicago’s O’Hare airports.
It will operate 15 flights per workday between the airports and promises complimentary beer and wine.
The service will begin April 4 and American’s Shuttle will have dedicated gates at the airports. It says it will offer other “business friendly” benefits such as dedicated check-in ticket counters and extended check-in and checked bag times.
“When you fly frequently for work, anything that can make the regular commute more comfortable is important,” said Alison Taylor, senior vice president, Global Sales, and Distribution.
American currently operates Shuttle service between LGA and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS); LGA and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA); and DCA and BOS.
The airline already offers free snacks, beer and wine in the main cabin on those shuttle flights between Boston, New York, and D.C.