Jan. 23--American Airlines flights between Evansville and Dallas will soon utilize larger jets, according to a news release issued Monday by Evansville Regional Airport officials.
The airline will begin using the CRJ-900 aircraft on April 4. It features nine first-class seats and 76 seats total. Currently, American Airlines uses a 50-seat jet, the ERJ-145.
American Airlines began service between Evansville and Dallas in June 2005. The airline also provides nonstop service to Charlotte and Chicago from Evansville.
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