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Starting this month, the airline at Miami International Airport is including direct flight service to seven destinations in France, Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic & Canada. The corporation is also thinking to look into the issue or restart it. It will further increase these services. Last Wednesday, discount airline French Bee is looking to launch thrice-weekly nonstop flights from Miami Airport to Paris-Orly Airport – the first airport in the globe. It is going to be the first direct flight for

One-way air travel from Miami to Paris-Orly on the low-fare carrier will charge from $330 to $620 in December & January. Miami travelers can also fly to Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport on American Airlines & Air France.

This marked the first time in Miami Airport’s history that Colombian airline Avianca has started direct flights to Bucaramanga, Colombia, which run three times a week on December 8, to Santa Marta, Colombia, twice a week, on December 10.  Avianca also started on December 8 Four times weekly direct flights to Pereira, where opponent American Airlines also flies straight from Miami. Colombia was Miami’s busiest global market in 2019 before the covid-19. With the latest flights from Avianca, Miami will have nonstop service to 9 cities in Colombia.

Dominican airline Sky High is also starting its first route to the U.S. with 4 weekly flights to Miami from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Last Saturday, Brazilian airline GOL will resume its nonstop service to Manaus, Brazil, the major city in the Amazon rainforest, providing Miami with five direct flights to South America’s major country. Brazil was Miami’s second-largest global market before the pandemic. Also beginning this weekend, Air Canada is going to fly a nonstop route from Miami to Vancouver three times a week.

Miami International Airport has been leading the nation in air travel recommencement after pandemic lockdowns, constantly breaking its own monthly records in passenger traffic. With the new routes and flights in December, Miami will present direct flights to 176 destinations, 9 more than in December 2019. Miami-Dade says the airport is on pace to set a fresh record of 50 million passengers this year going through safety checkpoints.