Six new routes throughout Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America have been added to American Airlines’ flight offerings.
Among these a brand new service has been established to Barranquilla, Colombia (BAQ), increasing the airline’s global network and giving travellers further destination choice within the region. Services that have been expanded include new flights to Belize City, Belize (BZE); Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (GCM); Guadalajara, Mexico (GDL); Managua, Nicaragua (MGA); and Monterrey, Mexico (MTY).
Art Torno, Senior Vice President – Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America, said, “This new destination in Colombia and five new routes reinforce American’s commitment to serving Latin America and the Caribbean, providing customers more access to the region than any other U.S. airline.”
Customers travelling from these destinations will have the ability to connect to nearly 200 destinations worldwide through American Airline’s extensive networks out of Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami and Los Angeles.
American is currently undergoing more than $2 billion in planned improvements, all aimed at giving customers a superior travel experience. These capital investments include fully lie-flat seats, international Wi-Fi, more in-flight entertainment options and power outlets, a new design for Admirals Club lounges across the globe, and an upgraded assortment of complimentary healthy food, cocktails and more.
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