American Airlines to resume Haiti flights Friday
DALLAS (AP) - February 16, 2010 -- American Airlines says it will resume regular flights to Haiti on Friday, the first commercial flights since the island nation was hit by an earthquake on Jan. 12.American said Tuesday that its first flight into Port-au-Prince will leave Friday morning from Miami International Airport.
The airline will operate three daily nonstop flights from Florida to Haiti, two from Miami and one from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. The airline said it will also offer a single flight four days a week from New York's Kennedy Airport.
American's sister regional carrier, American Eagle, will start nonstop service once a day March 12 to Haiti from San Juan, P.R., and two flights from Santo Domingo and Santiago in the neighboring Dominican Republic.
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