American Airlines will begin nonstop service between its Miami hub and the Federation of St. Kitts/Nevis in the Caribbean this November with flights into St. Kitts, the third new destination from Miami scheduled to start in the autumn.American’s service to St. Kitts will initially operate three times weekly beginning Nov. 3, expanding to five times weekly effective Feb. 2, 2005.
St. Kitts joins previously announced service to St. Lucia in the British West Indies and Manchester, United Kingdom, as new destinations from Miami. Flights to St. Lucia and Manchester also will begin in November.
“The addition of service to St. Kitts, along with new flights to St. Lucia and Manchester, highlight the importance of the Miami hub to American Airlines,” said Peter J. Dolara, senior vice president-Miami, Caribbean and Latin America. “We continue to grow and enhance our schedule here to provide passengers more choices and convenience, wherever they may be traveling.”
American will operate the St. Kitts route with Boeing 737 aircraft, configured with 16 First-Class seats and 126 seats in the Main Cabin, arranged in American’s “More Room Throughout Coach” seating that provides additional legroom between rows.