American Airlines is planning to add routes to a variety of Hawaiian and Caribbean destinations this year. New destinations will be added from hubs such as Chicago O’Hare, Dallas/Fort Worth, Charlotte, and Miami. A complete list of destinations in each region from these hubs is below.

One of the most notable new routes that American is launching is that connecting Miami with St. Vincent and the Grenadines, which opened a new airport last year. American will be the only US carrier to serve this Caribbean nation.

American is also relaunching service between Chicago and Honolulu, a service that the carrier scrapped in 2014.

“We now see economic recovery and believe there’s an opportunity to try it again,” said Nichelle Tait, an American spokeswoman, about the upcoming resumption of service. Tait revealed that economic difficulty was the original reason for scrapping the Chicago-Honolulu service.

New Seasonal Flights for Chicago O’Hare:
• Honolulu – Daily Service starting December 19th
• Oranjestad, Aruba – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd
• Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd
• Nassau, Bahamas – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd
• Providenciales, Turks & Caicos – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd

New Year-Round Flights for Charlotte:
• Eleuthera, Bahamas – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd
• Marsh Harbor, Bahamas – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd

New Year-Round Flight for Dallas/Ft. Worth:
• Oranjestad, Aruba – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd

New Year-Round Flight for Miami:
• St. Vincent and the Grenadines – Saturday-only service starting December 22nd

Featured image by Ian Duncan