American Eagle Airlines will add two nonstop daily services from Miami to Jacksonville in early April.
The new services starting April 5 will bring the American Airlines affiliate’s daily services from here to Miami to seven flights, according to a Jacksonville Aviation Authority news release.
“Locally, there is a huge demand for service to Miami since it is a prime location for business and tourism,” said Authority Executive Director Steve Grossman in a news release. “We’re thrilled American Eagle has added these flights to our schedule, which gives our customers even more travel choices to an international hub.”
Delta Airlines announced last month that it will begin operating four daily departures and arrivals between Jacksonville and Miami in March. The new Delta services will bring the airlines’ offering up to 11 daily departures between the two cities.
Jacksonville Business Journal