American Airlines Adds Flights Between the U.S. and Brazil

By Michael Acampora on 16 July 2012
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American Boeing 777-300-ER Business ClassAmerican Airlines has announced that it will launch 17 additional routes between the U.S. and Brazil beginning this fall.

Starting October 1, the carrier will add a second daily flight between JFK and Sao Paulo. On November 15, American will also convert its one-stop Miami to Salvador flight to a non-stop flight five days per week, as well as add a non-stop Miami-Recife flight. In addition, on December 15, American will increase its Miami-Rio de Janeiro service to two daily non-stop flights.

In December, American will begin operating its new Boeing 777-300ER on the Sao Paulo-JFK route.

American currently has the most service of any carrier between North America and Brazil, and offers 800 weekly flights throughout Latin America.

(Pictured: American Boeing 777-300-ER Business Class)


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