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4 American Airlines Destinations to Consider

Jan. 4, 2019
Travel, Vacations & Trip Planning
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With the end of the holidays, it’s time to plan some trips to cope with that spring fever.

Whether you are planning a family spring break journey or a girls outing, these new and lesser-known destinations offered by American Airlines just might be the most popular choice for your travel needs.

New routes

Kicking off March 3, 2019, American will begin daily flights from Dallas/Fort Worth to snow-free destinations such as Gainesville, Florida and Augusta, Georgia. Both areas are beautiful and scenic but have fewer crowds than the states’ bigger cities.

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After arriving in Gainesville, take a short drive to Silver Springs State Park to take a cruise on a glass-bottom boat. Augusta offers plenty of activities for foodies, nature lovers and shoppers.

For the adventurers

Looking to go abroad? Take a five-hour direct flight from Miami to Manaus, Brazil for the ultimate jungle experience. Take a float through the Amazon and participate in a variety of eco-adventures throughout the city.

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Winter escapes

If you already know you will want a break from the cold next winter, American has you covered. Beginning in May 2019, travelers can book a seat bound for the Grand Cayman Islands. Depart from Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport and leave the cold and snow behind for a sunny, tropical getaway during the winter. Seasonal flights begin Dec. 22, 2019.

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