American Airlines to relaunch direct service to Providenciales from JFK

American Airlines to relaunch direct service to Providenciales from JFK

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American Airlines (AA) will be adding another flight to their notable selection of flights to Providenciales (PLS). This summer, AA will launch nonstop service between JFK and PLS with their Boeing 737-800.

Passengers traveling now between the two cities must make at least one stop, but as of July 2nd they will be able to travel direct on a seasonal weekend flight that will operate on Saturdays and Sundays.

Tickets for the direct flights are now available for sale online as of April 3rd, 2016. The weekly service will travel to Providenciales (PLS) on Saturday arriving at approximately 8:08pm then departing for New York (JFK) the following day, Sunday at approximately 8:45am. The seasonal flights will be available from July 2-August 21 and November 5 -March 5. For those booking tickets directly with the airline, it’s important to do so as soon as possible. Most airlines work with firms that are experienced in aviation law to ensure data protection is as secure as possible and to ensure that they are operating legally. This should give passengers peace of mind.

“The increased flight with an evening arrival on Saturday is very much welcome. This gives us the opportunity to spread the flights out over a longer period of time and receive the passengers during our down time.” said Lavern Reynolds, TCIAA Terminal and Marketing Manager.

American Airlines currently offers flights from Charlotte (CLT), Miami (MIA), Dallas (DFW) and Boston (BOS) direct from PLS. As a leading airline in the Caribbean, American Airlines currently operates more than 160 daily flights to 32 destinations within the region.

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  1. Corn says:

    For yrs American Airlines was killing my people with high tickets because they was the only Airlines providing services to the their getting competion. Now they need us. Life is funny