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American Airlines to increase flights into Grenada
Published on November 14, 2012 Email To Friend    Print Version

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada -- American Airlines will re-introduce a fourth flight into Grenada as of November 21, 2012.

In September this year, American Airlines, in collaboration with the government of Grenada, announced a reduction of its schedule, due to a decrease in demand for seats.

Minister for Tourism, Sen. George Vincent, in welcoming the announcement, praised the efforts of the Airlift Committee, the Ministry and Board of Tourism and the airline for facilitating the increase.

“American Airlines is really keen on the load factors at this time of the year and we can only attribute this to hard work in marketing the country and the efforts of the Grenada Airlift Committee,” said Vincent.

Industry officials say the airline has indicated its interest in increasing the number of flights by five in the spring of 2013 if market conditions remain favourable.

American Airlines, as of November 21 , will operate four inbound flights into Grenada on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and outbound flights on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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