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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Martinique Becomes More Accessible to American Travelers

American Airlines Adds Flights to French Martinique - Martinique has worked very hard to become more accessible to American travelers, along with allowing more flexibility in travel arrangements

Photo Credits: Travel 2 the Caribbean


The Caribbean island with French flair - The Isle of Flowers, Rum Capital of the World, Isle of the Famed Poet (Aime Cesaire) – by any one of its many names Martinique remains alluring and enchanting

American Airlines just added a second weekly flight from Miami on Wednesdays to Martinique. Flights will run from November 27th, 2013 to March 26th, 2014. The American Airlines flights, between the U.S and Martinique, will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

Fort-de-France

American's additional service to Martinique offers one-stop connections via Miami from hundreds of gateways across the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America and Brazil, creating convenient flight options from major metropolitan areas such as: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Toronto, Chicago, Montreal, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Orlando.

Trois Ilets

American will use a Boeing 737 aircraft for the new Martinique service, offering the comfort of 16 business class and 134 economy class seats. For fares, reservations and more information, visit www.AA.com

About Martinique - A special place, to be sure, with so much to offer – Martinique c'est magnifique!   

The bay of Fort-de-France, the capital city, is among the most beautiful bays of the world. Martinique is an overseas region of France that stirs the passions with distinctive culinary delights, awe-inspiring natural beauty, a rich cultural history, warm smiles and so much more. 

Napoleon's bride, Empress Josephine, was born and raised in Martinique. The Majestic Mt. Pelee volcano and St. Pierre, The Pompeii of the Caribbean are found here. Martinique also offers a dynamic art scene and a wide array of local products. 

Happy Travels,
Linda

Source: Martinique Tourism Authority - www.martinique.org