American Airlines has resumed its Caribbean operations, including flights to Bermuda, following a ceasing of service to the island due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
A spokesperson said, “American Airlines today resumes service between Miami International Airport [MIA] and six destinations in the Caribbean, including Eleuthera [ELH], Freeport [FPO], and George Town [GGT] in the Bahamas; as well as Barbados [BGI]; Bermuda [BDA]; and Grenada [GND].
“On October 10 the airline is also planning to resume flights from MIA to Marsh Harbour [MHH] and from Charlotte Douglas International Airport [CLT] to GGT.”
“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,” said Jose Freig, American’s Managing Director of Operations for the Caribbean and Latin America.
“Through efforts that include our Clean Commitment, and soon, preflight COVID-19 testing in some markets, we hope to restore confidence in the safety of air travel.”