The service, American’s first into the Florida Keys from Boston, Massachusetts, is scheduled to run through May 2. American will be the only carrier operating between EYW and BOS.
American’s E175 aircraft have seating for 64 main cabin and 12 first-class passengers.
“Boston is a top draw for visitors from the U.S. Northeast, which has traditionally been one of our core winter feeder markets,” said Stacey Mitchell, director of the Florida Keys & Key West’s destination marketing office. “American’s expansion into Key West is to help drive new visitation throughout the Keys from across New England.”
American currently flies into Key West from Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) with daily nonstop flights, increasing connectivity into the Keys from the Midwest and West Coast. Through April, DFW flights will be operated on a 128-seat Airbus A319.
In addition, American flies into Key West from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) with Saturday service on E175 aircraft, which increased to daily service in January. And the airline operates year-round from Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), on an E175 aircraft.
American continues to grow in Key West and launched new Saturday service from New York’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA) on Dec. 21. The airline also currently has more than 1,500 flights per year from its Latin American gateway, Miami International Airport (MIA).
For flight reservations, visit American’s website at aa.com or call 800-433-7300.
For vacation details, including accommodations information, on the Keys, go to fla-keys.com or call 1-800-FLA-KEYS.
Key West International Airport’s website is eyw.com.
Florida Keys visitor information: fla-keys.com or 1-800-FLA-KEYS
Key West visitor information: fla-keys.com/keywest or 1-800-LAST-KEY
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