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Winter is about to become warmer as American Airlines expands its presence at Miami overseas Airport (MIA) with seven additional flights and one brand-new overseas destination. American maintains its dominance as the major airline at MIA with service to 150 destinations and more than 380 peak-day flights this winter.

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American offers flights from MIA to over 85 distinctive locations, including over 45 in Latin America and the Caribbean. American will provide the most convenient method for customers to see all that Miami has to offer or to enjoy one-stop access to the broadest network of destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean of any U.S. airline with service to more than 70 destinations around the U.S.

Beginning on February 3, American will be the only U.S. airline offering nonstop service between MIA and Governor’s Harbour, Bahamas (GHB). Embraer E175 aircraft will be used for service twice a week, completing the airline’s winter Bahamas schedule that would have up to 14 departures per day to six locations.

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The airline will also increase its winter schedule from MIA to Latin America and the Caribbean, adding more than 140 peak-day departures to over 70 locations, including Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR), Cartagena, Colombia (CTG), and Tortola, British Virgin Islands (EIS).

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DestinationService notesFlights Operate
Governor’s Harbour, Bahamas (GHB)New service on Tuesdays and SaturdaysService begins Feb. 3
Anguilla (AXA)Increase to two daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Barranquilla, Colombia (BAQ)Increase to two daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Bridgetown, Barbados (BGI)Increase to three daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Cancun, Mexico (CUN)Increase to six daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Cartagena, Colombia (CTG)Increase to three daily flightsDec. 5 – Apr. 3
Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR)Increase to three daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO)Increase to four daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
St. Maarten (SXM)Increase to three daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Tortola, British Virgin Islands (EIS)Increase to three peak-day flightsSaturdays; Dec. 20 – Jan. 7

More ways to Miami than any other airline

This winter, American will offer the most convenient nonstop access to MIA with service from seven new domestic destinations. The new domestic destinations include year-round daily service to Portland, Oregon (PDX) and Sacramento, California (SMF); as well as seasonal weekly service to Buffalo, New York (BUF), Cedar Rapids, Iowa (CID); Lexington, Kentucky (LEX); Wichita, Kansas (ICT) and Wilmington, North Carolina (ILM).

DestinationService notesFlights Operate
Portland, Oregon (PDX)New daily serviceYear-round service begins Nov. 5
Sacramento, California (SMF)New daily serviceYear-round service begins Dec. 20
Buffalo, New York (BUF)New Saturday-only serviceNov. 11 – Mar. 30
Cedar Rapids, Iowa (CID)New Saturday-only serviceNov. 11 – Mar. 30
Lexington, Kentucky (LEX)New Saturday-only serviceNov. 11 – Mar. 30
Wichita, Kansas (ICT)New Saturday-only serviceNov. 11 – Mar. 30
Wilmington, North Carolina (ILM)New Saturday-only serviceNov. 11 – Mar. 30
Milwaukee (MKE)Increase to daily serviceDec. 20 – Apr. 3
Oklahoma City (OKC)Increase to daily serviceDec. 20 – Apr. 3
Nashville, Tennessee (BNA)Increase to five daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Denver (DEN)Increase to three daily flightsDec. 20 – Apr. 3
San Antonio (SAT)Increase to two daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
San Diego (SAN)Increase to two daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
Seattle (SEA)Increase to two daily flightsDec. 20 – Jan. 7
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