American Airlines Adds Eight Latin American And Caribbean Flights For Winter

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While summer begins, consumers may get an early start on planning their winter vacations with more possibilities to explore the Caribbean and Latin America with American Airlines. In winter 2024, American will expand its industry-leading short-haul international network with eight new routes and expanded service, providing flights to more locations than any other US carrier in the region.

“Customers will have more reasons to choose American than ever before for nonstop fun in the sun this year,” said Brian Znotins, Senior Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning at American. “We are excited to continue growing our network to the region with more flights this winter to the Caribbean and Latin America than any other U.S. carrier ever.”

American’s winter schedule will have 11% more departures and 10% more seats than its record-breaking winter schedule in 2023. Beginning May 20, tickets for all routes will be available for purchase at aa.com or through the American mobile app.

New routes, new beach adventures

This winter, American will add one new destination and seven new routes to its network, allowing travelers to visit both familiar and unfamiliar destinations. American Airlines is the only major U.S. airline that serves St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVD) and will be the only one to travel to La Romana, Dominican Republic. These two destinations join more than 20 others in the region, where American is the only major carrier that offers nonstop service from the United States.

Increased service on popular routes

American will provide extended seasons on numerous flights to the Caribbean and Latin America, giving consumers more options for when they wish to travel during the winter. More than 98% of the airline’s peak schedule to the region will run during the winter season. American will also increase service on 16 popular routes beginning in December.

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