American Airlines reduces service to Haiti amid rise in violence
American Airlines has reduced its service to Haiti amid a rise in violence in the region, explaining that it is experiencing a drop in customer demand for travel.
A spokesperson for American Airlines told Dreamintv that the company will now only operate one daily flight between Port-au-Prince and Miami, starting on Nov. 15.
"As a result of reduced customer demand for travel to/from Haiti, effective Monday, Nov. 15, we will reduce our flying to Haiti to one daily flight between Port-au-Prince (PAP) and Miami (MIA)," the spokesperson said.
"We apologize to our impacted customers and we’re working to re-accommodate them on other flights."
The company will operate three daily flights over the weekend to Haiti, one from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and two Miami International Airport.