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American Airlines and American Eagle Add Seasonal Flights

American Airlines and its
regional affiliate, American Eagle, have begun adding seasonal service
from San Juan to popular destinations throughout the United States and the
Caribbean. Included in the American additions that began earlier this month are the
resumption of nonstop service from San Juan to Los Angeles, and additional
nonstop flights to Boston; Chicago O’Hare; Dallas/Fort Worth; Newark,
N.J.; New York; and Philadelphia.

Beginning Dec. 16, American will further increase frequency to Chicago,
Dallas/Fort Worth and New York, and add more flights to Miami as well.

American Eagle will increase service to Antigua, the Dominican Republic,
the Leeward Islands, the Virgin Islands and the British West Indies
effective Nov. 22. Even more flights will be added beginning Dec. 16,
including additional service to Guadeloupe and the resumption of seasonal
nonstop service to Anguilla.
This winter, American and American Eagle combined will serve 37
destinations with 118 daily flights from San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin
International Airport.

On American and American Eagle, travelers will find exceptional service
both on the ground and in the air, as well as great low fares and an
extensive route structure. In addition, passengers also have the
opportunity to earn and redeem AAdvantage(R) travel reward miles—all of
which combine to make travel on American and American Eagle an exceptional

Travelers can check schedules and fares and book flights by visiting
American’s Web site, Bookings made on earn up to 1,000
AAdvantage bonus miles. For an additional $5 per ticket, travel
arrangements can also be made by calling the American/American Eagle
reservations number at 1-800-433-7300 (en espanol 1-800-633-3711) within
the United States and Canada. Outside the United States and Canada, call
the local reservations number. For an additional $10 per ticket, travel
arrangements can be made at an American Airlines Travel Center or Airport
Ticket Office.