American Airlines will add Governor’s Harbour to its list of Bahamas destination from Miami next winter. The route is one of several the carrier will add from its Miami hub.
Twice-weekly Governor’s Harbour service from Miami will launch Feb. 3. It will be the lone nonstop operation between the South Florida airport and Governor’s Harbour, according to Cirium flight schedule data. However, from nearby Fort Lauderdale, Silver Airways currently operates weekly seasonal service to Governor’s Harbour.
Related: Alaska Airlines will fly to the Bahamas from Los Angeles and Seattle
The town in central Eleuthera island will be American’s sixth destination in the Bahamas, joining Nassau, Freeport, George Town, Marsh Harbour and North Eleuthera.
AA is the first airline to offer Miami-Sacramento
On the domestic front from Miami, American will launch daily, year-round Sacramento, Calif., flights on Dec. 20, making it the first airline on that route. Sacramento joins previously announced Portland, Ore., as new domestic route launches this coming winter for American from Miami.
American will also introduce weekly winter seasonal service from Miami to Buffalo, N.Y.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Lexington, Ky.; Wichita, Kan.; Wilmington, N.C.; and Milwaukee. Each of those routes will run from Nov. 11 to March 30.
In total, American said it will offer 10% more seats out of its Miami hub next winter than it did this past winter.
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