American Airlines has added yet another new flight to The Islands of The Bahamas with nonstop service from Charlotte, North Carolina to Georgetown, Exuma.
The inaugural flight took place June 3 and touched down at Georgetown’s airport shortly after 10:20 a.m. The new route will expose The Bahamas to new visitors allowing for greater market penetration and will operate weekly on Saturdays. The airplane, a Bombardier CRJ-700, has a capacity of 63 seats with nine in first class and 54 in the main cabin.
Bahamas Minister of Tourism, Dionisio D’Aguilar; Senior Director of Airlift Development in the Ministry of Tourism Tyrone Sawyer; American Airlines Managing Director for the Caribbean and Latin America Alfredo Gonzalez; Exuma’s member of Parliament Chester Cooper; and several other senior officials greeted passengers of the inaugural flight.
During a brief ceremony, following the inaugural, Minister D’Aguilar hailed American Airlines as an “extraordinary partner of The Bahamas.”…Fuente: http://www.aviationpros.com/press_release/12341403/american-airlines-begins-new-nonstop-service-from-north-carolina-to-exuma