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American Airlines Expands Non-Stop Service Between Sarasota and New York City

| Suncoast Post Staff |

American Airlines is enhancing connectivity between Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ) and New York City with the introduction of new daily non-stop flights to LaGuardia Airport, commencing November 5th. This expansion marks American Airlines’ commitment to meeting the increasing demand for convenient travel options between Florida’s Gulf Coast and one of the nation’s busiest metropolitan hubs.  Check the American Airlines website for schedules and pricing.

American Airlines’ decision to launch non-stop service to New York LaGuardia Airport reflects their confidence in SRQ’s growing significance as a preferred gateway to Southwest Florida,” remarked Rick Piccolo, President and CEO of Sarasota Bradenton International Airport. “This addition will provide travelers with enhanced accessibility and convenience when traveling between Sarasota and the Northeast.”

American Airlines, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, boasts a comprehensive network spanning domestic and international destinations. With a focus on customer satisfaction and operational excellence, American Airlines continues to expand its service offerings to meet the diverse needs of travelers.

“We are excited to introduce non-stop service from Sarasota Bradenton International Airport to New York LaGuardia Airport starting this November,” stated Joe Sottile, American’s Director of Domestic Network Planning. “This new route not only strengthens our commitment to providing convenient travel options but also reinforces our dedication to connecting communities and supporting economic growth.”

Travelers interested in booking flights between SRQ and LGA can visit American Airlines’ official website or contact customer service for more information on schedules and reservations. With the launch of this new route, American Airlines aims to enhance connectivity and further enrich the travel experience for passengers flying between Sarasota and New York City.

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