American Airlines Resumes Boston / Montego Bay

American Airlines will resume nonstop Sunday service between Boston`s
Logan Airport and Montego Bay, Jamaica, beginning Feb. 1, 2004.

The airline will fly the route using a Boeing 757 aircraft with capacity
for 22 Business-Class and 166 Coach-Class passengers.

“We`re very pleased to strengthen and diversify service to and from
Montego Bay as we give our customers what they value,” said Yvonne
Pearson, American`s country manager-Jamaica. “This route will offer
passengers in Jamaica a third nonstop option and provide those in the
Boston area with another tourist destination in the Caribbean just in time
for their spring vacation. We have a 27-year history of serving Jamaica
and this is part of our long-term commitment to promote tourism to the
island.”

From Montego Bay, American Airlines currently has one daily nonstop flight
to New York`s JFK Airport and two daily nonstop flights to Miami with
connections to major cities around the globe.

American Airlines is the world`s largest carrier. American, American Eagle
and the AmericanConnection regional carriers serve more than 250 cities in
over 40 countries with more than 3,900 daily flights. The combined network
fleet numbers more than 1,000 aircraft. American`s award-winning Web site,
AA.com, provides users with easy access to check and book fares, plus
personalized news, information and travel offers. American Airlines is a
founding member of the oneworld Alliance.
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