American Airlines Expands Service to New Cities in U.S. and Dominican Republic


Image via Philadelphia International Airport.

American Airlines is adding four more cities to its routes flying out of Philadelphia International Airport, writes Michael Tenenbaum for

On April 2, passengers will be able to choose three nonstop flights per week between Philadelphia and Santiago, Dominican Republic.

“Santiago is currently a top underserved market at PHL,” airport CEO Chellie Cameron said. “We’re thrilled that American Airlines is opening more options to our region’s residents for both connecting with family and traveling for outdoor fun.”

Beginning June 3, American Airlines will add daily service to Daytona Beach, Florida; Salt Lake City, Utah and Traverse City, Michigan.

The airline is also providing daily service now to Hilton Head, South Carolina; Key West, Florida and Nantucket, Massachusetts.

American Airline flights to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic are being increased to four flights per week.

Earlier this year, American Airlines added service from Philadelphia to Panama City, Florida and Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

The airline is offering  $129 COVID-19 test kits to passengers flying out of Philadelphia to destinations that have COVID-19 restrictions.

Philadelphia International Airport has also opened a COVID-19 testing site, in partnership with Jefferson Health.

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