American Airlines launches new service between Miami And Milan
FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines today announces daily nonstop service between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Malpensa Airport (MXP) in Milan – further strengthening American's position as a premier provider of international travel to Europe. Through American's extensive network out of Miami, customers traveling from Milan will now have access to more than 100 destinations throughout the United States, Caribbean and Latin America. Customers can begin booking travel on the new route June 2, for travel beginning Nov. 21.
"As the home to a growing Italian population and one of the world's key fashion industry markets, Miami continues to be a preferred destination for travel from Milan," said Marilyn DeVoe, American's Vice President – Miami. "This new route enhances our expanding global network and provides our European customers a gateway to many Caribbean and Latin America destinations from our Miami hub."
"Miami is one of the world's top business and leisure destinations, so it is important to provide travelers from around the globe easy access to our community's trade, commerce and tourism opportunities," said Carlos A. Gimenez, Mayor, Miami-Dade County. "With this new route, American Airlines demonstrates its commitment to enhancing Miami's position as a premier travel destination and helps to advance the area's economic growth."
Daily MIA-MXP Service Schedule (all times local)
Departs MIA at 5:55 p.m. ET
Arrives at MXP at 9:35 a.m. CET the following day
Departs MXP at 11:25 a.m. CET
Arrives at MIA at 4:40 p.m. ET
The new service between Miami and Milan will be operated as part of American's joint business agreement with British Airways and Iberia. Through the airlines' enhanced relationship, American's customers have access to more than 125 destinations throughout Europe. In addition to the new service from Miami, American also currently serves MXP from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. The new route will be operated with a Boeing 767-300 with 218 seats.