American Airlines St Vincent flights announced.
American Airlines has announced a weekly year-round flight from Miami to Argyle International Airport, the St. Vincent and the Grenadines, among increased flights to other Caribbean destinations and Hawaii.
The airline said that with the new flight options, beginning Dec. 22, its customers will have “new options to escape the cold with more seasonal and year-round flights to the Caribbean and Hawaii starting this winter”.
“American is the first U.S. carrier to serve St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVD) with the introduction of year-round Saturday service from MIA,” the airline said.
Currently, Caribbean Airlines operates a weekly non-stop scheduled service from JFK International and Air Canada Rouge a weekly non-stop scheduled autumn/winter service from Pearson International, Canada.
There is also a chartered Sunwing service being operated out of Pearson for the Spring/Summer period.
It further said that its “sun-seeking customers will also have more opportunities to reach their favourite Caribbean destinations”, including new flights to Aruba, Grand Cayman, The Bahamas, and Turks and Caicos.
The flights to St. Vincent will be operated using the airlines’ A319.
American Airlines’ website said the carrier operates two versions of the A319, each of which has 128 seats — eight in first class, 24 in main cabin extra, and 96 in the main cabin.
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