American Airlines Begins New Nonstop Service from North Carolina to Exuma

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."…

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