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American Airlines Expands Americas Services

American Airlines is growing its Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America presence with the addition of four new destinations.

From winter, the airline is scheduled to offer access to Georgetown, Guyana; Pereira, Colombia; Cordoba, Argentina and Oaxaca, Mexico. The move is anticipated to enable the airline to offer up to 270 flights per day to the region.

Also, while already listing Cordoba as a destination from other hubs, American plans to introduce a new service to Buenos Aires from its West Coast hub at Los Angeles International Airport. American also recently announced a new service between its Philadelphia International Airport hub and Mexico City, beginning July 05.

"As the largest US carrier in Mexico and South America, we are committed to offering more choices with the best schedules for our customers in the region," said Vasu Raja, vice president, network and schedule planning, American Airlines. "As we look to strengthen our network, we're excited to add more non-stop flights to places like Buenos Aires, maximizing connections across our network."