American Airways Begins Third Every day Flight From Miami Worldwide Airport To Sao Paulo And Buenos Aires

To deal with the excessive season demand this winter, American Airways has launched one extra…

American Airways Begins Third Every day Flight From Miami Worldwide Airport To Sao Paulo And Buenos Aires

To deal with the excessive season demand this winter, American Airways has launched one extra flight on two routes departing from Miami Worldwide Airport (MIA) to Brazil’s Guarulhos Worldwide Airport (GRU) in São Paulo and Argentina’s Ezeiza Worldwide Airport (EZE) in Buenos Aires.


Including extra flights to Latin America

American Airways is already the highest worldwide provider serving the Latin America and Caribbean areas. As of December 2022, the US provider operates 1,867 weekly flights to locations in these areas, averaging 163.9 seats per departure, in response to information by Cirium.

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On Wednesday, American Airways added new frequencies on two of its most vital routes. It’s now working three day by day flights to São Paulo in Brazil and Buenos Aires in Argentina.

The airline’s flights to São Paulo are AA929, AA957, and AA995. These depart at 19:53, 21:07, and 22:49, native time, respectively. In the meantime, American flights to Buenos Aires are AA907, AA819, and AA931, departing at 19:52, 21:05, and 22:35, respectively.

American Airways deploys its Boeing 777 and Boeing 787 fleets on each routes. The US provider has 47 Boeing 777-200(ER)s, 20 B777-300(ER)s, 33 787 Dreamliner 8s, and 22 787 Dreamliner 9s.

American Airways Begins Third Every day Flight From Miami Worldwide Airport To Sao Paulo And Buenos Aires

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Brazil and Argentina are vital markets

South America’s largest international locations are key markets for American Airways. Using information from Cirium, the airline operates 80 weekly flights in providers to Buenos Aires (EZE), Rio de Janeiro (GIG), and São Paulo (GRU).

American Airways operates two routes from Dallas Fort Price (DFW), flying as soon as day by day to Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. It additionally operates three routes from New York John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) and three from Miami, flying to the three locations. Miami is crucial gateway to those South American locations, with 49 weekly flights.

In keeping with Aviacionline, the extra day by day providers from Miami to Buenos Aires and São Paulo are short-term. It is going to revert to twice day by day in January 2023.

Guarulhos International Airport exterior

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Earlier this yr, American’s prime administration mentioned the significance of the Latin American marketplace for the provider. Whereas collaborating on the AGM & Airline Leaders Discussion board 2022 in Buenos Aires of the Latin America & Caribbean Air Transport Affiliation (ALTA), Jose A Freig, American’s vice chairman for Latin America and the Caribbean, mentioned,

“Following essentially the most important interval of the pandemic, we at American have continued to strengthen our capability in Latin America and the Caribbean in direct response to the unimaginable demand we’re seeing throughout the area. We’re extraordinarily proud to proceed strengthening our place because the main airline within the area, providing our clients unparalleled entry to the locations they need to fly to.”

In December 2022, American Airways gives flights to 93 locations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Cancun stays on the prime, with 190 weekly flights, averaging between 26 and 34 day by day flights to the Mexican leisure vacation spot. Different vital cities for American Airways are San José del Cabo (85 weekly flights), Mexico Metropolis (84), San Juan (74), and Nassau (67).

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Supply: Aviacionline.

  • American Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner From Above

    American Airways

    IATA/ICAO Code:
    AA/AAL

    Airline Kind:
    Full Service Service

    Hub(s):
    Charlotte Douglas Worldwide Airport, Chicago O’Hare Worldwide Airport, Dallas/Fort Price Worldwide Airport, Los Angeles Worldwide Airport, Miami Worldwide Airport, New York JFK Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Philadelphia Worldwide Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor Worldwide Airport

    Yr Based:
    1926

    Alliance:
    oneworld

    CEO:
    Robert Isom

    Nation:
    United States