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AMERICAN AIRLINES EXPANDS SERVICE TO CARACAS, VENEZUELA

 AMERICAN AIRLINES EXPANDS SERVICE TO CARACAS, VENEZUELA
 MIAMI, March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- American Airlines increased its


service to Caracas, Venezuela by offering five daily non-stop flights; two from Miami; one from New York and two from San Juan, Puerto Rico, effective March 2, 1992.
 Prior to the expansion, American Airlines offered one daily non- stop flight to Caracas from San Juan, Miami and JFK. With this recent increase, American provides more daily non-stop flights to Caracas, Venezuela than any other international carrier.
 "American Airlines has been providing continuous service to Venezuela since 1987. During that period of time the number of passengers that have flown on American to and from Caracas has steadily increased," said Don O'Hare, vice president Field Services, Florida/Caribbean/Latin America. "It was important to offer increased service from Miami and San Juan to Caracas in order to meet the needs of our customers."
 In 1990, American Airlines transported 112,366 passengers to Caracas. In 1991, the number of passengers that flew from San Juan and Miami to Caracas surpassed 230,000, more than double the previous year's passenger count.
 States O'Hare, "The schedule has been designed to accommodate tourists and businessmen traveling back and forth from the U.S. to Venezuela. American now offers a more flexible and more convenient schedule to choose from."
 American provides service from Miami to Caracas on the Boeing 757 and the Airbus 300, from San Juan to Caracas on the Boeing 727, and from JFK to Caracas on the Boeing 757.
 FLIGHT SCHEDULE
 -- CARACAS (CCS)-KENNEDY AIRPORT (JFK)
 Flight No. 940 (A) departs CCS 4:50 p.m./Arrives JFK 8:40 p.m.
 Flight No. 939 (B) departs JFK 8:15 a.m./Arrives CCS 1:58 p.m.
 -- CARACAS (CCS)-MIAMI (MIA)
 Flight No. 902 departs CCS 9:30 a.m./Arrives MIA 11:45 a.m.
 Flight No. 962 departs CCS 3:10 p.m./Arrives MIA 5:35 p.m.
 Flight No. 961 departs MIA 11:20 a.m./Arrives CCS 3:38 p.m.
 Flight No. 903 departs MIA 4:45 p.m./Arrives CCS 9:05 p.m.
 -- CARACAS (CCS)-SAN JUAN (SJU)
 Flight No. 936 departs CCS 8:12 a.m./Arrives SJU 9:45 a.m.
 Flight No. 938 departs CCS 4:02 p.m./Arrives SJU 5:35 p.m.
 Flight No. 937 departs SJU 1:25 p.m./Arrives CCS 3:00 p.m.
 Flight No. 935 departs SJU 9:25 p.m./Arrives CCS 10:05 p.m.
 (A) -- Effective April 5, Flight No. 940 departs CCS 4:15 p.m./Arrives JFK 8:59 p.m.
 (B) -- Effective April 5, Flight No. 939 departs JFK 8:00 a.m./Arrives CCS 12:43 p.m.
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 /CONTACT: Patricia San Pedro of American Airlines, 305-520-3197/ CO: American Airlines ST: Florida IN: AIR SU: PDT


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