Caribbean: American Airlines (AA) has expanded its service to the Caribbean region and Latin America for the winter season.
The flights will operate from Miami International Airport (MIA), Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) to several countries of the Caribbean.
While realising the statement, American Airlines stated that the expansion of the service in the daily flights from CLT to Eleuthera, Marsh Harbour and Georgetown, Bahamas, will be taken place from February 15, 2024, to April 3.
The schedule of the flights is as follows:
- The service of the flights from DFW to Nassau, Bahamas, will expand to daily flights of American Airlines starting from February 15.
- American Airlines will provide the additional service of two daily flights to Anguilla from Miami from January 8 to April 3.
- The service of the flights from MIA to Barbados and St Maarteen will be expanded to three daily flights. The flights will be operated from January 8 to April 3.
- American Airlines will also operate three flights on a Saturday from January 8, 2024, to April from Miami to Tortola.
America Airlines is the largest airline between the United States and the Caribbean and Latin America. Earlier in January, the airline announced that they will grow seat capacity by 10 percent compared to winter 2022.
The airline will also increase the service of the flights on 23 routes to the Caribbean and Latin America. The service will be for winter-weary travellers starting this December.
Besides this, the seating capacity of the flights to the Caribbean and Latin America from Charlotte will be increased by 40 percent compared to winter 2022. It will also provide winter seasonal additional service to several newest destinations.
The new destination will be included Tortola, British Virgin Islands (EIS). The expansion of the service will be the addition of two daily nonstop flights.
Along with that, American Airlines announced that they will launch new nonstop service to Cancun (CUN) from NashnonstopBNA) and Cincinnati (CVG)