Here are the new American Caribbean legs planned for October and November.
Flights to Barbados began on October 8 for the first time since May 2020 and will be offered five times a week.
American Airlines just reopened flights of Miami to Freeport, North Eleuthera and George Town, Exuma in The Bahamas. Each of those flights are running five times each week. American Airlines will begin once-weekly service from Miami to Marsh Harbour, Abaco and once-weekly service from Charlotte to Exuma. According to the carrier, it is working more than 300 weekly flights to 23 places over the Bahamas islands this month.
As of October 1, nonstop flights are available to Belize from Miami via American Airlines. Read more on flights to Belize, getting around and more here. United has also resumed service, while Delta resumes service next month.
American Airlines just resumed thrice-weekly flights from Miami to the island of Bermuda.
Flights to Havana Cuba will resume on November 4.
Five times weekly flights to Grenada began again on October 8.
Tourism Minister Lindsay Grant has said that American Airlines will start flights from the US to the Caribbean island on November 7.
US Virgin Islands
Beginning in November, American will serve St Thomas, US Virgin Islands with two daily flights from Charlotte; daily flights from Philadelphia; and Saturday service from both Chicago and Dallas-Fort Worth during the first half of the month, followed by daily flights from both cities in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. The additional flights will complement the existing thrice daily service between Miami and St Thomas.