Aviation News

February 17, 2010

American Airlines to Resume Flights to Haiti

Photo by Alberto Riva

Following the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti in January, American Airlines has said it will resume normal commercial operations to Port-au-Prince on February 19th, with the first flight leaving Friday morning from Miami International Airport. The new schedule from South Florida will include two flights from Miami and one from Fort Lauderdale

There will also be one flight four days a week from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport.  The routes will be operated by a combination of Boeing 737 and Boeing 767 aircraft.  American’s regional carrier, American Eagle, will also start service on March 12 to Haiti from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo and Santiago in the Dominican Republic using regional jets.






 
 

 

JetBlue’s Mint Expansion Reaches Fort Lauderdale

JetBlue Airways' hugely popular Mint Experience was recently added to select flights to and from Fort Lauderdale. We take a look at what is being offered.
by Mark Lawrence
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CLOSED: Winter Storm Stella Takes Aim at Northeastern US and Eastern Canada

Winter Storm Stella is taking aim at the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada early this week. We'll have your latest updates on the storm and its impact on air travel here.
by NYCAviation Staff
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Emirates Arrives at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport

Dubai-based Emirates Airline added their 11th destination in the US on Thursday with the opening of the Dubai-Fort Lauderdale route.
by Mark Lawrence
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British Airways Announces Ft. Lauderdale As Their Newest US Destination

British Airways has announced that Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport will be their newest US destination.
by Mark Lawrence
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Emirates Announces Fort Lauderdale as 11th US Destination 

On Tuesday morning, Emirates announced its 11th US destination: Fort Lauderdale. Flights begin later this year.
by Mark Lawrence
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