MIA Getting First-Ever Flights To Four Airports In November

The new routes keep coming for Miami International Airport, with several airlines announcing flights to MIA this week that are completely new routes.

The new MIA routes were announced by three separate airlines, all within the past few days. All the new flights will begin in November and December.

Here are the newly announced routes:

  • Anguilla – American will fly twice weekly from MIA to this Caribbean territory, which has a population of just 14,731. The airline will use an Embraer E175 on the route with 76 seats. Service begins December 11.
  • Dominica – American will also serve this Caribbean route twice weekly with a 76-seat Embraer E175 beginning December 8. Dominica’s population is estimated at 71,625.
  • Palmerola International Airport, Honduras – This is a brand new airport under construction near Comayagua, 60 miles from Tegucigalpa. Spirit Airlines announced four weekly flights from MIA and daily flights from FLL and Houston, the first ever commercial flights to the airport. Service begins Nov. 17.
  • Stewart International Airport – Frontier announced plans to fly three times weekly from MIA to this small airport in Orange County, New York – 60 miles north of Manhattan. Service begins November 2. JetBlue also flies to the airport from FLL.

Passenger traffic at MIA is currently running at about 97 percent of what it was at this time in 2019, before the pandemic.