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There’s nothing travelers look forward to more than an upcoming trip to a sunny destination! american airlines got the memo and decided to add even more flights to some of the best vacation spots.
Later this year, the mega airline will offer its biggest winter calendar for destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean, which represents an increase of 10 percent compared to the last winter season.
In fact, it’s no surprise that American is one of the leading airlines in the United States with such an impressive network of more than 2,200 flights each week to a combined 90 destinations between these regions.
All flights will depart from various airports in the continental United States to escape this winter’s frigid temperatures and replace them with a sunny getaway to a variety of warm-weather cities.
« This coming winter we hope to add more services to the destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean that our customers want to visit, including popular places like Cancun, Montego Bay and Punta Cana, as well as our newest destination, Tortola. » – José A. Freig, Vice President of Operations and Commercial for Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America.
More flights from Charlotte (CLT)
From December 5, 2023American joins the current 10 routes with the most flights to incredible places.
It is estimated that at least 40 percent more seats will be offered to vacationers from Charlotte, North Carolina.
These are the flights that are added from CLT:
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- 1 flight each day to Belize City, Belize (BZE)
- 5 daily flights to Cancun, Mexico (CUN)
- 1 flight every day to Curaçao (CAO)
- 1 flight every day to Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR)
- 1 flight every day to Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD)
- 4 daily flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica (MBJ)
- 1 flight every day to Puerta Plata, Dominican Republic (POP)
- 4 flights every day to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic (PUN)
- 4 daily flights to San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU)
- 1 flight each day to St. Croix, US Virgin Islands (STX)
More Caribbean connections from Miami (MIA)
The immaculate city of Miami is the largest gateway between continental America, the Caribbean and Latin America.
American Airlines will ensure that Miami, Florida holds this title with the latest additions to its route network with more destinations in the Caribbean, including a whole new destiny for the airline – Tortola.
These will be the latest additions to MIA:
- 2 daily flights to Port of Sprain, Trinidad and Tobago (POS)
- 2 daily flights to Santiago, Dominican Republic (STI)
- 2 daily flights to Tortola, British Virgin Islands (EIS)
More flights to Mexico from multiple airports
American is expanding service to Mexico from multiple airports, including brand new routes.
However, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the big winner from the latest flights to hit the schedule.
American’s recent announcement confirmed that there will be 50 departures to Mexico every day from DFW airport.
These are the latest flights to Mexico from DFW:
- 3 flights every week to Acapulco, Mexico (ACA)
- 4 flights every week to Huatulco, Mexico (HUX)
- 5 daily flights to Monterrey, Mexico (MTY)
- 4 flights each day to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PVR)
- 5 daily flights to Los Cabos, Mexico (SJD)
- 1 flight every day to Zacatecas, Mexico (ZCL)
- 1 flight every day to Zihuatanejo, Mexico (ZIH)
In addition to flights from DFW, Mexico has become such a major hotspot for travelers that entirely new routes will be launched into the country from other airports as well.
In November 5, 2023a second daily flight to Cancun will be operated from Austin, Texas.
Beginning December 9, 2023Travelers from , Nashville, Tennessee and Cincinnati, Ohio will be able to fly directly to Cancun on non-stop routes.
These will coincide with the airline’s more than 30 daily flights at peak hours to the tourist hotspot of Cancun.
This new route will be valid every Saturday until March 2024 unless it is expanded again due to its great popularity.
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