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9. American Eagle launches New Flights from Miami International Airport
American Eagle launches New Flights from Miami International Airport. American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, has launched a nonstop jet service from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Charleston, S.C. and Knoxville, Tenn., as well as to Eleuthera and Treasure Cay in the Bahamas. A new service to Governor's Harbour, Bahamas, begins today 20 November 2009.
10. Trump Hotel in Miami Upgrades Security with RFID Locks by VingCard Elsafe
Once known as the Doral Golf Resort & Spa Miami and recently purchased by the Trump Organization, the Trump National Doral Miami has undergone more than a name change. As part of the property's efforts to modernize and enhance its infrastructure and ability to ensure guest safety, the property has recently upgraded its guestroom doors to feature contactless Signature RFID locks by
11. Lufthansa to Increase A380 Flights to Beijing; Launch Miami
Lufthansa to Increase A380 Flights to Beijing; Launch Miami. The list of Lufthansa A380 destinations is growing with more flights planned for Beijing and a new service to Miami to be launched in June 2011. Since 1 September 2010, Lufthansas A380 has been operating to Beijing only on several days in the week. Those services are now being upped to daily flights from 10 April 2011.
12. Miami Airport First to Provide Fast Entry Process into USA via Mobile App
Miami International Airport (MIA) has become the first airport in the world to bring the convenience of Mobile Passport Control, the fast entry process into the USA, into its own airport app experience. US citizens and Canadian visitors arriving into Miami can now use the MIA Airport Official app to submit details to US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and simply receive a barco
13. American Airlines Applies for Additional Brazil Frequencies
American Airlines has filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation for the right to fly 10 additional U.S. Brazil weekly frequencies that it will use to add service from its Miami hub. The airline plans to increase its current service from Miami to Brasilia and Belo Horizonte, and to launch new service from Miami to Manaus.
14. AA, BA and IB Open Joint Lounge @ Miami Int. Airport
AA, BA and IB Open Joint Lounge @ Miami Int. Airport. American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia have opened the doors of their first joint Premium lounge. Located in Concourse E of Miami International Airport just beyond the security checkpoint on the fifth floor, the Premium lounge will provide additional seamless service as part of the joint business agreement among AA, BA an
15. Construction of First Atwell Suites Hotel Begins in Miami, USA
IHG has confirmed that construction of the the first Atwell Suites hotel has commenced in Miami, USA. Expected to open by summer 2021, the first Atwell Suites will be a 90-room hotel located in Brickell, an urban neighborhood home to Miami and South Floridas financial district, as well as many foreign consulates.
16. SAS to Launch Flights to Los Angeles and Miami
SAS has confirmed that it will launch three new direct routes to America in 2016. The new routes are Los Angeles from Stockholm, Miami from Oslo and Miami from Copenhagen. SAS will also increase the number of departures from Stockholm to New York and Chicago and between Copenhagen and Shanghai. The changes mean that SAS will offer over 330,000 additional seats on its intercontinent

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