American Airlines increases flights to Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta

Increase in flights and new routes launched by American Airlines in three tourist destinations in Mexico: Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta.

Due to the high demand for flights to these Mexican destinations during the previous months, American Airlines will increase operations for the fall-winter season.

Therefore, as of October 7, it added a direct flight of Cancun Quintana Roo, to Austin, Texas. It will make four flights a week between the two cities.

As of November 2, it will make three flights per week between Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, and Austin.

Due to the success achieved in the summer with the seasonal Los Cabos-Austin route, American Airlines announced that it will begin a non-stop flight throughout the year beginning October 7 between both destinations.

“Austin is an increasingly important market for both our vacationing and business customers, and we will continue to offer our first-class customer service as the market expands,” said Alison Taylor, Chief Customer Officer, American.

In addition to the flights to Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, other international routes announced by American Airlines, departing from and to Austin, were Liberia in Costa Rica; Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and Nassau in the Bahamas.

Those routes will also be available from November 2 with four flights per week.

To increase frequencies and new international routes in the fall, American will maintain its alliances with its partners Alaska Airlines, British Airways and JetBlue Airways. With these alliances, passengers have convenient hours, better connections and greater flexibility to earn and redeem miles. And your AAdvantage members will be able to use their elite benefits and receive upgrades with Alaska Airlines and British Airways.

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