American Airlines has announced the exciting expansion of its flight services, introducing daily routes from Provo to two major hubs: Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and Phoenix. Starting October 7, the airline will operate two daily flights to DFW and one to Phoenix. These flights will be serviced by CRJ700 aircraft, which are equipped to accommodate 65 passengers each.

This new service positions Provo as American Airlines' third destination in Utah, joining existing routes to Salt Lake City. Notably, the airline had recently resumed its seasonal service between St. George and DFW earlier this month, highlighting its ongoing commitment to expanding its network within the region.Meetings - Getting Here - Planes - Provo Airport

Tickets for these new routes will go on sale starting April 22. This launch is seen as a significant development for Provo Airport, which was strategically enhanced to attract major carriers like American Airlines. Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi expressed great enthusiasm about the arrival of American Airlines, noting that it validates the forward-looking vision that guided the recent expansions at the airport.

Adding to the significance of this announcement, the Provo Airport is also on track to becoming an international airport. This upgrade will include a separate baggage area and a customs processing facility, supported by federal funds secured by former Provo Mayor and current Utah Congressman, John Curtis. This enhancement will enable the airport to handle international flights, further increasing its utility and importance as a travel hub.


Provo American Airlines Flight Schedule

Here is a detailed schedule of the new American Airlines flights between Provo, DFW, and Phoenix:


Flight Route Departure Time Arrival Time
Provo to DFW 5:20 a.m. 9:10 a.m.
Provo to DFW 12:51 p.m. 4:41 p.m.
DFW to Provo 10:35 a.m. 12:21 p.m.
DFW to Provo 7:20 p.m. 9:06 p.m.
Provo to Phoenix 3:28 p.m. 4:23 p.m.
Phoenix to Provo 12:15 p.m. 2:58 p.m.


Provo Airport inside

These flights not only offer more travel options for local residents but also promise convenient connections to further destinations across the United States and internationally, via American Airlines' extensive global network.

In addition to these new flights, Provo Airport currently supports flights from Breeze Airways and Allegiant Air to various domestic locations. The airport's ongoing expansion includes construction on the terminal apron and future plans to enlarge the terminal itself to include more gates and enhanced facilities.

This development is a game changer for Provo, significantly enhancing its connectivity and proving the city's growing importance as a regional travel hub.