American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, has announced that it will increase its number of flights to Caribbean destinations from December.
Additional flights from the carrier's San Juan hub will operate to Antigua, Dominica, Anguilla, St. Thomas and St. Croix, using ATR72 turbo-prop aircraft with capacity for 64 passengers.
According to the carrier, three additional daily round trips between San Juan and St. Thomas and one additional daily round trip between San Juan and St. Croix will operate from 14 December.
In addition one additional daily round trip between San Juan and Antigua and one additional round trip between San Juan and Anguilla, four days a week, will also operate from 14 December.
The carrier also said that one additional round trip between San Juan and Dominica will operate three days a week from 16 November until 1 December and again from 14 December until 31 January.
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