American Airlines has announced the addition of three new flights from Miami International Airport to South America over the coming year.
The three new routes are:
Cordoba, Argentina with a Boeing 767-300 beginning Apr. 2, 2019 (ticket sales start April 7)
Pereira, Colombia with an Airbus A319 beginning Dec. 20, 2018 (ticket sales start April 17)
Georgetown, Guyana with an Airbus A319 beginning Dec. 20, 2018 (ticket sales start April 2)
In addition, American is increasing flights from Miami to Caracas and to Antigua.
MIA already has the most connections of any airport in the world to South America, including airfields that have little other international service. Pereira only has one other international flight (to Panama), while Cordoba doesn’t have any connections outside of South America except Panama. Georgetown is already served from Miami.
A new flight to Asia is also being added next month.
Southern Air will fly a 777F from Miami to Hong Kong via Anchorage, beginning April 1.
There are now six airlines operating cargo flights from Miami to Asia. The others include: Asiana Airlines (Seoul); Cathay Pacific (Hong Kong); China Airlines (Taipei); Korean Air (Seoul); and Polar Air (Seoul).