July 4. American Airlines is working hard to remain the No.1 choice in for Miami travelers. Over the holiday weekend, the Fort Worth-based carrier added eight new routes from its South Florida hub, two of which add new dots to its international route map. AA also is boosting existing domestic MIA service with added frequencies and larger aircraft.
Just in time for peak winter season, AA will launch two new international routes, both of which are to previously unserved destinations. Twice-weekly flights to Chetumal, Mexico (CTM), and San Andres Island, Colombia (ADZ), will take off on Dec. 1 and Dec. 4, respectively. They’ll operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Adding flights to Mexico and Colombia from Miami reinforces AA’s dominance in the market south of the U.S. border. Miami has long been the airline’s gateway to the region, and that strategy will continue with these two new routes.
The domestic route map from Miami is growing as well. This winter, the carrier will launch six new routes to the city, five of which will be operated once weekly on Saturdays.
Source: The Points Guy