American Airlines Introduces New Service to Mexico and Cuba

American Airlines has included Santiago De Cuba as its sixth Cuban destination when it will introduce its daily service from Miami on May 3, 2019. Soon after the introduction of its daily service which would start from Dallas/Fort Worth, the carrier is planning to start its first jetliners to Durango, Mexico on June 6, 2019. It is stated that American airline reservations is referred to be the one and only US carrier to provide organized services to the listed places.

The airline has also added various international destinations which include flights between Charlotte and Santo Domingo, New York/LaGuardia and Aruba, seasonal service between Santo Domingo and Dallas-Fort Worth, Dominican Republic as well as two other destinations in Honduras comprising Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.

American Airline has also declared to expand its domestic flight services in Dallas-Fort Worth. From March 3, 2019, a year-round service would be provided in areas comprising Gainesville Regional Airport in Florida, from Dallas-Fort Worth to Augusta Regional Airport in Georgia, Meadows Field Airport in Bakersfield as well as Yuma International Airport in Arizona.

Furthermore, the carrier is also planning to start its nonstop services between DFW and Monterey Regional Airport in California, Hollywood Burbank Airport in California and Flagstaff Pulliam Airport in Arizona on everyday basis on April 2, 2019. The airline commented, ‘the introduction of fifteen new regional gates at Dallas-Fort Worth is the key to assist our new service.’