This week’s Florida commercial aviation news

  • American Airlines continues to face a shortage of long-haul aircraft and accordingly will cut Miami-Paris (CDG) service for the summer months, with current nonstops ending March 26, 2022. The flight is currently flown twice daily and American has flown the route continuously since 1992. The nonstop route will return in October 2022.
  • American will also add nonstop service from Pensacola to Boston this summer.
  • Southwest Airlines is resuming Fort Lauderdale-Havana nonstop service February 17 despite travel restrictions to enter Cuba being intensified due to COVID-19. Flights will operate daily. Southwest is also adding Tampa to Syracuse nonstop service on April 25 and resuming Orlando to Aruba nonstops in June. They will also begin Saturday only Austin-Pensacola nonstops in June.
  • Spirit will begin Memphis-Orlando nonstops on April 20.
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