American Airlines Begins Service to St. Kitts


On Monday, St. Kitts welcomed the first of American Airlines’ daily flights to St. Kitts from Miami. News of this service increase was announced earlier this year on the heels of various domestic and international route cuts made by U.S-based airlines. These new, daily flights continue a series of recent service increases to St. Kitts by American Airlines.

American Airlines first started a Miami service to St. Kitts in December of 2004 with three flights weekly, which grew to five flights in 2006.  In addition, American Airlines commenced a twice-weekly service from JFK International Airport to St. Kitts in November of last year.


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