American Airlines is retooling its Latin America schedule this winter, ending a Sao Paolo-Charlotte, North Carolina service, to focus on Miami as the carrier’s gateway to the continent. The carrier said it will end its Charlotte-Sao Paolo flight in October, but passengers will be able to connect via Miami to Brazil’s financial center. From October, American will have no direct service between South America and Charlotte. American will continue operating direct flights from ...
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