American Airlines announces additional flight to Florida’s capital

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MIAMI, FL – American Airlines announced today that its regional affiliate, American Eagle, will add a third flight between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Tallahassee, Florida (TLH) beginning March 2, 2009.

American Eagle will operate the service with 44-seat Embraer ERJ-140 jets.

“We have had a positive customer response in the past year to our twice-daily nonstop service to Tallahassee,” said Peter J. Dolara, American’s senior vice president – Miami, Caribbean, and Latin America. “Increasing our service to Florida’s capital by 33 percent will also increase accessibility for our customers to destinations throughout the US, the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe.”

The schedule for the Tallahassee service follows (all times local):

MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL AIRPORT (MIA-TLH)

FLIGHT DEPARTS ARRIVES DAYS
4516 7:15 am 8:35 am Daily
*4448 12:55 pm 2:15 pm Daily
4522 4:15 pm 5:35 pm Daily

*New Flight

TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL AIRPORT TO MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (TLH-MIA)

FLIGHT DEPARTS ARRIVES DAYS
4519 9:05 am 10:30 am Daily
*4449 2:45 pm 4:10 pm Daily
4523 6:05 pm 7:30 pm Daily

*New Flight

On November 2, American, a founding member of the global oneworld Alliance(R), started daily nonstop service to Grenada, and Salvador da Bahia and Recife, Brazil, as well as daily service to Antigua. On November 4, American started service to Belo Horizonte, Brazil three times per week. With the addition of these flights, American, and American Eagle will now offer 246 daily flights to 105 destinations from Miami.