American Airlines Adds Winter Flights Miami to Anguilla

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Anguilla, a jewel tucked away in the northern Caribbean, is raising the bar for idyllic winter getaways.

Travelers seeking a slice of paradise can now rejoice with the news of increased accessibility.

American Airlines, a longstanding partner in Anguilla’s tourism success, is adding a third non-stop Saturday flight from Miami (MIA) to Anguilla (AXA) this winter season.

Third Miami Service

This exciting development comes as Anguilla continues to solidify its position as a premier Caribbean destination, attracting visitors with its pristine beauty and captivating charm.

The new flight will operate from December 2024 through March 2025, neatly complementing the existing two daily flights offered by American Airlines during the peak season.

This expanded service caters to the growing demand for Anguilla’s unique offerings. It will offer a wider choice to ensure a smooth and convenient travel experience for visitors.

Industry Heads Laud Collaboration

Anguilla’s tourism industry leaders expressed their enthusiasm for the expanded service. Haydn Hughes, Anguilla’s Minister of Tourism and Infrastructure, highlighted the significance of the collaboration.

“Anguilla’s rising popularity is undeniable, and American Airlines’ decision to expand service is a true testament to that. This valuable partnership provides exceptional travel experiences and makes Anguilla even more accessible.”

“We’re confident that this new flight will propel us beyond our record-breaking visitor arrivals from the first quarter of 2024.”

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José Maria Giraldo, Managing Director of Operations for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean at American Airlines gave comment. He emphasized the airlines continued commitment to the destination.

“As the leading airline serving Anguilla, we’re delighted to offer increased connectivity and travel options with this additional Saturday flight.”

“This expansion reflects our dedication to providing our customers with seamless access to the island’s unparalleled beauty.”

Stacey Liburd, Director of Tourism for Anguilla, echoed the sentiment, emphasizing the multifaceted benefits.

“Every new flight brings not only visitors but also fosters cultural exchange and economic prosperity. It solidifies Anguilla’s position as a premier Caribbean destination.”

“We’re thrilled about American Airlines’ expanded service and are actively working with neighboring island gateways to provide travelers with even more travel options.”

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Beyond the Breathtaking Beaches

Anguilla’s allure extends far beyond its famed 33 beaches, consistently ranked among the world’s finest by discerning travelers and travel publications.

This slender island, a captivating blend of coral and limestone fringed with lush greenery, offers an abundance of experiences waiting to be explored.

A flourishing culinary scene tempts visitors with a delectable array of cuisines, while diverse accommodation options cater to every taste and budget.

Beyond the relaxation and rejuvenation offered by its pristine shores, Anguilla boasts a vibrant calendar of events and festivals, ensuring there’s something for everyone.

An Enchanting Escape Within Reach

Despite its undeniable allure, Anguilla retains a charming, off-the-beaten-path feel. This haven of tranquility offers a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

However, with convenient access from Miami, Puerto Rico, St. Martin, and private air options, Anguilla is closer than ever.

This winter, Anguilla beckons travelers seeking an unforgettable Caribbean escape. With increased flight options and its timeless beauty, the island promises an experience that will leave a lasting impression.

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