From Miami, lots of additional capacity to the Caribbean now as a whole bunch of flights are now becoming 757s. The exceptions are the "premium" Caribbean markets. Namely St. Croix, Curacao, and Casa de Campo. Kingston and Santiago also are 738s only. Grand Cayman and Cancun have a mix of MRTC 738s and LRTC 752s, while San Juan has one 763, but the rest are A300s and 757s. To Central America it is LRTC only to Managua, Tegucigalpa, and San Jose. It is MRTC only everywhere else. To South America, it is LRTC to Guayquil, Quito, Lima, La Paz, Santa Cruz, Medellin, and Cali. Caracas and Bogota have a mix. Everything else is MRTC. Also from Miami, domestic routes are being shifted around. Orlando becomes LRTC-exclusive, same with all but one Tampa flight, while MIA
has only one LRTC flight. San Francisco, Baltimore, and Philadelphia have MRTC coach flights to feed the deep South America destinations, LRTC everywhere else. Newark is LRTC coach exclusive (all A300s!), so is Vail (Saturday 757), while JFK
has only one MRTC service (3-class 762 flight). However, Boston, LaGuardia, Chicago, St. Louis, and Dallas are pretty much exactly split, with half of the flights to each destination being LRTC and half being MRTC. Washington (National and Dulles) has only one of it's ten dailies with LRTC. All flights to Europe, Montreal, Toronto, Detroit, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Hartford, Cleveland, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Denver, as well as the new flights to Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, and Minneapolis, are MRTC. Eagle destinations (two in Ohio, three in Florida, four in the Bahamas) are, as always, standard fare.