The summer scheds are in. American Airlines has announced new and expanded service from Miami International Airport to the destinations of Bogota, Kingston, Medellin, Port-Au-Prince, Quito, San Francisco, and St. Croix.
Service to Bogota, Colombia will now operate three times a day effective 14 June 2003. New service operates as scheduled:
Will operate with a 767-300ER.
Service to Kingstom, Jamaica will now operate three times a day. Effective 14 June 2003. New service operates as scheduled:
Will operate with a 757-200.
Service to Medellin, Colombia will now operate daily, up from 5x a week, effective 14 June 2003. New service is operated on Tuesdays and Wednesdays with same current schedule.
Service to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti will now operate five times a day effective 14 June 2003. New service:
2544 PAP 1627-1934 MIA
Will operate with a 737-800
Service to Quito, Ecuador will now operate two times a day, up from 13x a week, effective 14 June 2003. New frequency is on Mondays to Quito/Tuesdays from Quito.
Service to San Francsico, California will now operate three time a day effective 14 June 2003. New service:
Will operate with a 757-200
Service to St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands will now operate 9x a week effective 14 June 2003. Second frequency on Thursday and Saturday (Friday and Sunday to Miami). New service:
968 STX 0900-1150 MIA
Operates with a 737-800.
In addition, the additional winter-only frequencies between Miami and both St. Maarten and Toronto Pearson have been extended into the summer. New services to Port-Au-Prince and San Francisco are year-round. Rest are for the summer travel season.