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MIA hub carrier announces new and expanded service in 2024

American Airlines has announced that 2024 will bring more expansion to its Miami International Airport hub with the launch of daily service to Tulum, Mexico next spring and additional daily flights on six of its Caribbean routes next summer.

Passengers can explore the ancient ruins, mystical cenotes, diverse landscapes, and white-sand beaches of Tulum when the new route launches on March 28, 2024. Tulum will join Cancun, Cozumel, Merida, Monterrey, and Mexico City as American’s sixth Mexican route at MIA.

On June 5, American will further expand its Latin American and Caribbean network from MIA when it increases daily frequencies on the following routes: Antigua (two daily); Anguilla (two daily); Georgetown, Guyana (two daily); Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (two daily); Providenciales, Turks and Caicos (three daily); and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (two daily).

The announcement follows American’s build-up to its full winter schedule at MIA that began with the launch of daily service to Portland, Oregon on November 5. By December 20, American will be providing more than 380 peak-day flights to 150 destinations from MIA to create its largest winter schedule ever at the global gateway, for a 10-percent increase in seat capacity over last winter.  


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