American Airlines Expanding its Miami International Operations for the Coming Winter with New Service

This winter, American Airlines will continue to grow its footprint at its largest international gateway, Miami International Airport (MIA), adding two new international destinations and six new domestic routes. With today’s announcement, American further solidifies its position as the largest airline at MIA, operating 341 peak daily flights this winter.

“With more than 30 years of service, American is and will always be Miami’s hometown airline, and we are proud to strengthen our footprint at our MIA hub later this year,” said Juan Carlos Liscano, Vice President of MIA Hub Operations. “New service to Tel Aviv, Paramaribo, Chetumal, and San Andres, and more domestic flying this winter, are a testament of our commitment to the economic development of our community as it continues to grow and diversify.”

“I deeply appreciate the commitment by American Airlines to further expand its presence in Miami-Dade County with even more routes and increased flights coming soon to Miami International Airport,” said Ralph Cutie, MIA Interim Director. “Our County’s tourism industry has almost fully returned to pre-pandemic levels, and that is largely due to American Airlines’ unwavering service to our community as our busiest airline partner.”

Travelers can now purchase these new flights on the American Airlines website.

San Andres Island, Colombia (ADZ)

Better connectivity to Latin America and the Caribbean

In December, the carrier will launch two new international routes from MIA: Chetumal (Mexico) (CTM); and San Andres Island (Colombia) (ADZ). With these new routes, American will serve 28 destinations in Mexico, the most of any U.S. carrier, and seven in Colombia.

DestinationFrequencyFlights Begin
San Andrés, Colombia – Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport
(ADZ)
Wednesdays and SaturdaysDec. 4
Mexico – Chetumal International Airport (CTM)Wednesdays and SaturdaysDec. 1

Six new ways to head south this winter

This winter, American customers will enjoy the sun, sand, and the world-famous nightlife of South Florida on their terms with the most options and convenient schedule of any airline. The carrier is adding daily seasonal service between MIA and Salt Lake City (SLC); and seasonal Saturday service to Albany, New York (ALB); Burlington, Vermont (BTV); Madison, Wisconsin (MSN); Syracuse, New York (SYR); and Tulsa, Oklahoma (TUL).

DestinationFrequencyFlights Operate
Albany International Airport (ALB)
Albany, New York
SaturdaysNov. 6 – April 2
Burlington International Airport (BTV)
South Burlington, Vermont
SaturdaysNov. 6 – April 2
Dane County Regional Airport (MSN)
Dane County & Madison, Wisconsin
SaturdaysNov. 6 – April 2
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC)
Salt Lake City, Utah
DailyDec. 16 – April 4
Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR)
Syracuse, New York
SaturdaysNov. 6 – April 2
Tulsa International Airport (TUL)
Tulsa, Oklahoma
SaturdaysYear-round beginning Nov. 6

In addition to these new routes, the current daily seasonal service Oklahoma City (OKC) becomes year-round. Daily seasonal service between MIA and Des Moines, Iowa (DSM) and Milwaukee (MKE) will operate between Nov. 2 and April 4. Finally, year-round Saturday service to Fayetteville, Arkansas (XNA) begins Nov. 6.

Earlier this summer, American launched new, three-times-weekly service from MIA to Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV), as well as new domestic service to Huntsville, Alabama (HSV); Little Rock, Arkansas (LIT); Milwaukee (MKE); Portland, Maine (PWM); and Rochester, New York (ROC). Service between MIA and Bangor, Maine (BGR) launched July 3. Starting Sept. 7, American will also be the first and only U.S. carrier to offer nonstop service to Paramaribo, Suriname (PBM). Flights will operate five times per week with a convenient schedule for customers traveling across the United States to connect through MIA.

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Hit the club before taking the runway

After spending a weekend experiencing the iconic Miami nightlife, there are one more club customers will want to visit before heading home the American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge. As American continues welcoming customers back to the skies, the airline has reopened its Admirals Club lounges in MIA and other domestic locations. Customers interested in an Admirals Club membership or one-day pass can visit aa.com for more information. In September, American’s Flagship Lounge and Flagship First Dining at MIA will open for eligible customers to wine, dine and retreat during their journey.

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