Time saver? American Airlines to offer bus from local airports to hub

American Airlines is partnering with the Landline Company to foster connections between the company's hub in Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley Airport and Atlantic City International Airport starting in June.

Ever wonder would it might be like to reach your next flight via a connecting bus? Some air travelers are soon to find out as a result of a new partnership between American Airlines and The Landline Company.

The Landline Company works with the Transportation Security Administration to provide connections between major airline hubs and regional airports.

Beginning June 3, Landline and American will provide connections between two airports by bus, rather than airplane. The move will be a “time-saver” American said in a release.

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“We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with @AmericanAir!” Landline said in a tweet. “Seamless connections between American’s Philadelphia hub to Lehigh Valley Airport (ABE), and Atlantic City International Airport (ACY).”

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