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These Are the Nonstop Flights to St Kitts

 We all want to get to the Caribbean — and quickly. And that puts a premium on nonstop flights. The trouble is, it’s often not that easy to figure out how to find all the nonstop flights to a particular island. …

American Airlines’ Latin America, Caribbean Numbers Keep Declining

 American Airlines Group seems to be having trouble in the Latin America and Caribbean region. The major air carrier’s latest numbers show a continued decline in revenue passenger miles to the region, with a 3.3 percent decline in January compared …

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American Airlines Launches New Route to the Caribbean

 American Airlines has launched a new service to the Caribbean. The carrier has begun a new weekly service between Charlotte, North Carolina and Curaçao in the Dutch Caribbean. The flights will be operated on an Airbus A319 aircraft with 128 seats, …

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 The return of snacks By Dana NilandCJ Contributor American Airlines is continuing to elevate the customer experience by adding complimentary snacks and more free movies, TV shows, and music in the Main Cabin. Throughout the next few months, travelers flying …

 American Airlines Group had a relatively strong year overall in 2015, with one glaring exception: Latin America and the Caribbean. The region was the airline’s weakest link in 2015, with a 2.8 percent drop in revenue passenger miles to the …

 American Airlines has officially begun its new nonstop service from Los Angeles to Montego Bay, Jamaica. The carrier will be operating twice-weekly service to Jamaica from the West Coast on Fridays and Saturdays. The flights will depart Los Angeles at …

 Above: the Grand Residences Riviera Cancun resort By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is planning a major expansion in service to Cancun, Mexico, the company announced. The carrier will launch new service to Cancun from four US cities in …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is permanently closing its Admirals Club lounge at San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport. The lounge will permanently close “toward the end of 2015,” the carrier said in a statement. “With more …

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 By the Caribbean Journal staff After months of flat to negative growth in the Latin America and Caribbean region, American Airlines Group is showing signs of a serious rebound. The company reported 2.136 billion revenue passenger miles to the region …

 New flights  By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is adding service to a new destination in Mexico, the company announced. Beginning March 3, 2016, the carrier will launch flights from Dallas/Fort Worth to Merida, its 21st destination in Mexico. …

 Improvement returns By the Caribbean Journal staff After months of decline, American Airlines Group reported positive growth in revenue passenger miles to Latin America and the Caribbean last month. The carrier reported 2.773 billion revenue passenger miles, up 0.2 percent …

 Carrier sees smaller decline in the region By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines Group’s regional decline slowed slightly in July, according to the company’s latest monthly traffic report. The carrier reported revenue passenger miles of just over 3.01 billion …

 New service to the Dutch Caribbean By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is launching weekly service from Charlotte to Curacao. The flights will run every Saturday, complementing existing service from Charlotte on Insel Air. The new AA service will …

 New lift from the West Coast By Dana NilandCJ Contributor American Airlines is launching nonstop flights from Los Angeles International Airport to Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay starting Dec. 18, 2015. The new route, which reportedly comes in response …

 AA’s Martinique expansion continues By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines has officially launched its latest expansion in service to Martinique. The carrier has launched two more weekly flights between Miami and Fort de France, lifting its total number of …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor American Airlines welcomed the reopening of United States and Cuban embassies in Havana and Washington in a statement on Monday. American’s Chairman and CEO Doug Parker said the move was an “important step toward building new commercial relationships …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff American Airlines is ramping up its Caribbean network. The carrier announced plans to add eight new routes to Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America later this year. The new flights include Charlotte-Curacao; Charlotte-Puerto Plata; Dallas-Punta …

 By Dana NilandCJ Contributor American Airlines’ decline in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2015 continues. American Airlines Group is reporting a 6.1 percent decrease in year-to-date revenue passenger miles for Latin America and the Caribbean compared to the first …