American Eagle increases Caribbean flights

American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, a founding member of the global oneworldSM Alliance is increasing its number of flights to Caribbean destinations beginning in December. The airline will offer additional flights from its San Juan hub to Antigua, Dominica, Anguilla, St. Thomas and St. Croix, using the ATR72 turbo-prop aircraft with capacity for 64 passengers.
“The additional flights are part of our continuous efforts to solidify American Eagle as the premier airline in the Caribbean,” said Peter Bowler, President of American Eagle. “These increased flights strengthen our San Juan hub and provide passengers with increased choices to reach some of the area’s most popular and scenic destinations.”
American Eagle’s new service is as follows:

? Three additional daily round trips between San Juan and St. Thomas, beginning Dec. 14

? One additional daily round trip between San Juan and St. Croix, beginning Dec. 14

? One additional daily round trip between San Juan and Antigua, beginning Dec. 14

? One additional round trip between San Juan and Anguilla, four days a week, beginning Dec. 14

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? One additional round trip between San Juan and Dominica, three days a week, beginning Nov. 16 through Dec. 1, and again from Dec. 14 to Jan. 31.
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