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American Airlines Will Soon Fly To More Places In Mexico and South America

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You will soon have more carrier options the next time you want to plan a trip to Oaxaca, Mexico, Georgetown, Guyana and more international destinations, and it’s all thanks to new routes from American Airlines.

Beginning next winter, American will debut flights serving Oaxaca and multiple cities in South America. The new routes are below:

Los Angeles to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Dallas/Fort Worth to Oaxaca, Mexico

Miami to Georgetown, Guyana

Miami to Pereira, Colombia


Miami to Cordoba, Argentina

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The airline also recently announced new service between Philadelphia and Mexico City set to begin July 5.With the new routes, American becomes the first and only airline to offer nonstop service between Los Angeles and Buenos Aires. Most of the new routes will begin in late December while the Miami to Cordoba, Argentina route begins in April of 2019. Sales for the new routes begin April 2.

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