American Eagle adds new Miami service

14th Aug 2007

American Eagle will begin nonstop service
between Miami International Airport and Savannah/Hilton Head
International Airport in December.American Eagle will operate one daily round trip between the two
cities, using its 64-seat ATR72 turbo-prop aircraft.
  “We are glad to be able to connect these two beautiful cities,” said Ed
Criner, President of Executive Airlines, which flies as American Eagle in
Florida, the Caribbean, and the Bahamas. “With the addition of the Miami
service, American Eagle will serve Savannah from two of our hubs, Miami and
Dallas/Fort Worth.”
  “American Eagle’s daily service to Miami allows our local businesses,
such as Georgia Ports Authority and JC Bamford Excavators, Ltd, an
exceptional alternative for travel to South Florida,” said Patrick S.
Graham, Executive Director, Savannah/Hilton Head Island International
Airport. “Additionally, the proposed schedule is very beneficial for the
cruise business passenger.”



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