Posted: Sunday, October 11, 2020. 6:47 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: As global travel begins to resume, American Airlines (AA) is reportedly ramping up the number of flights to the Caribbean, according to the Cayman Island branch of the international media outlet Loop.
An article published today on Loop Cayman, said that the months of October and November will be critical for AA, the Caribean’s primary air carrier. AA has already resumed flights to Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, and Grenada while planning to resume flight to Cuba, the US Virgin Islands St. Croix, and St. Kitts in early November.
Loop also notes that the airline is also making several offers to entice travelers to fly again, including allowing passengers to fly standby without an extra fee and taking an earlier flight if empty seats are available, and offering frequent-flier opportunities for its customers.
Loop quotes Jose Freig, AA’s managing director of operations for the Caribbean and Latin America, as saying “As we continue with the steady resumption of our operations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, our teams throughout the region have been focused on providing our customers with a safe and seamless travel experience.”
Freig also explained that the airline will be piloting pre-flight COVID-19 testing in Jamaica, where flights are twice daily Montego Bay and three times a day to Kingston. The preflight tests are also slated to be rolled out in the Bahamas in the coming weeks.
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