American Airlines Launching New Range of LatAm Routes

American Airlines is expanding its Latin America footprint with the launch of six new routes to Nearshore hubs Mexico, Argentina, and Guyana.

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American Airlines is expanding its Latin America footprint with the launch of six new routes.

Starting December 20, Miami will have four weekly flights to Georgetown, Guyana, and three to Pereira, Colombia. Flights between Miami and the Argentine city of Cordoba begin April 2, 2019.

From Los Angeles, a new non-stop “Dreamliner” service to Buenos Aires will begin December 19, with three weekly flights. On the same day, Dallas/Fort Worth will get new flights to Oaxaca, Mexico. Mexico City is also getting a daily non-stop service from Philadelphia starting July 5.

All flights are now on sale, except Cordoba, which should go on sale on May 7, and Georgetown, which are expected in the next few weeks.

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