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Summer 2023 is heating up with more American Airlines flights to the British Virgin Islands. Your clients looking for a family Caribbean vacation will appreciate the new seasonal flight departing from American’s Miami hub to the BVI’s Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS) starting June 1, 2023, and running through the summer. The flight will then restart in November for the winter season.

The daily flight will be operated by Envoy aboard an Embraer E175 aircraft, departing MIA at 10:25 a.m. with a 1:30 p.m. arrival at EIS, then returning from EIS at 2:30 p.m. with a 5:30 p.m. arrival back in MIA.

“We are proud to operate as the leading airline in South Florida, offering our customers an unrivaled network in the Caribbean and Latin America with service from the Miami hub to more than 70 destinations in the region,” said Juan Carlos Liscano, American Airlines v.p. – Miami, in a press statement. “This year, demand has remained strong for Miami travel, and we’re looking forward to further growth in 2023 with a new and unique destination in the Caribbean that our customers love—the British Virgin Islands.”

Over the last two years, American Airlines has debuted new flights from MIA to Dominica (DOM), Anguilla (AXA) and Samaná (AZS). Most recently, the airline added service to Cuba with additional flying to Havana (HAV) and resumed service to Santa Clara (SNU), Varadero (VRA), Holguín (HOG), Camagüey (CMW) and Santiago (SCU).

“We are very happy to welcome back American Airlines to the British Virgin Islands. This venture to have direct flights between Miami and the British Virgin Islands will make it significantly easier, faster and more affordable for persons from around the world to come to the British Virgin Islands, which is one of the must-visit tourist destinations in the world,” said the Minister of Communications and Works, the Honourable Kye Rymer, in a press statement. “Our residents will also benefit from convenient connections for business and leisure travel to dozens of destinations across American’s route network.”

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