American Eagle announces winter schedule offering increased service and convenience at its Miami hub

4th Aug 2010
American Eagle announces winter schedule offering increased service and convenience at its Miami hub

American Eagle Airlines, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, today announced increased nonstop service between Miami International Airport (MIA) and 10 additional cities throughout the American Airlines network, beginning Nov. 18.

The airline will also introduce two new daily nonstop flights from Miami to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) on Nov. 18. This is in addition to previously-announced new service between Miami and Gainesville Regional Airport (GNV) in Gainesville, Fla., that begins Oct. 1.

“As American and our regional partner American Eagle continue to expand service to more than 300 daily departures from Miami, we are solidifying the hub as the premier gateway to the Americas,” said Peter Dolara, American’s Senior Vice President based in Miami. “These flights not only offer more options for the traveling public, but will help boost Greater Miami’s economy, including tourism and business development.”
“As we prepare for the opening of the new home for American Eagle in Miami, these additional flights confirm the importance of our new facility to the continued growth of American Eagle and Miami International Airport,” said Jose Abreu, Miami-Dade Aviation Director.

New Terminal Opening Soon
Just in time for the busy winter travel season, American Eagle will soon complete construction and move into its new location in the North Terminal of Miami International Airport.
A state-of-the-art facility housing both American and American Eagle, the new terminal currently offers customers improved check-in and domestic baggage claim. Later this month, American Eagle will complete the transition from its current departure lounge located at gate D35 to its new departure areas at gates D53, D55 and D60.

“We are excited to be moving into this beautiful new facility in the coming weeks,” said Pedro Fabregas, President of American Eagle’s operations in Miami and the Caribbean. “The new terminal will not only offer our customers a much more comfortable and enjoyable travel experience, but will provide convenient connections to cities throughout the American Airlines global network.”



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