American Airlines expands Miami connectivity
The airline plans to operate the daily Miami-Tel Aviv route starting in October and launch new seasonal flights to Jackson Hole, Wyoming in December
American Airlines is strengthening its commitment to the Miami hub with additional flights launching later this year, including service to Tel Aviv (TLV) that will become daily on October 29, and a new seasonal flight to Jackson Hole. , Wyoming (JAC), starting December 15.
"Throughout this summer and into the fall, we continue to see increased demand for flights in Miami, resulting in record operation for our MIA hub," said Juan Carlos Liscano, American's vice president for Miami. “Later this year, we will continue to expand our network to the destinations our customers want to fly to. With this in mind, service from Tel Aviv will become daily and we will launch direct service to Ocho Rios and Jackson Hole. This winter, our customers can decide if they want to pack their bathing suits or pack their skis."
Service to Tel Aviv Becomes Year
-Round Starting October 29, service from Miami (MIA) to Tel Aviv (TLV), which currently operates three times a week, will become daily. It will operate on Boeing 787-8 aircraft, offering customers a complete world-class flight experience with Flagship® Business and Premium Economy cabins, as well as state-of-the-art interiors, live TV streaming, high-speed Wi-Fi speed and hundreds of on-demand movies and TV shows at every seat.
New service to Jackson Hole to launch December 15
This winter, American is launching new seasonal service from MIA to Jackson Hole, Wyoming (JAC), operating with Airbus A319 aircraft. Flights between MIA and JAC start on December 15 and will operate until April 3.
American's gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean
American is the leading airline at Miami International Airport (MIA), offering customers access to more than 135 destinations, including more than 80 destinations in the Caribbean and Latin America. On November 5, American will launch service to its third destination in Jamaica, Ocho Rios (OCJ), operating twice weekly.