As of January 5, American Airlines will increase its service from Miami to Anguilla to three times a week. This will follow twice-weekly flights — on Wednesdays and Saturdays — from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Anguilla’s Clayton J Lloyd International Airport (AXA) as of December 11, 2021. As of January 5, a third flight will operate every Monday, on the same flight schedule. Flights are now available for booking.
“We have worked extremely hard to provide a safe and enjoyable vacation experience to our visitors, with transparent entry protocols and now easier and more convenient access than ever before,” said Kenroy Herbert, Chairman of the Anguilla Tourist Board. “We have a very low COVID rate, our tourism industry workers and 80 per cent of our local residents are fully vaccinated, and our stakeholders understand the concerns of today’s travellers, particularly around offering some degree of flexibility when making their travel arrangements.”
Anguilla’s Director of Tourism, Stacey Liburd, said the additional airlift is “a testament to the strong demand for Anguilla and the premium tourism product that we offer.”
“We are very encouraged by our forward bookings, and with new resorts, new attractions and new events coming on stream, Anguilla is definitely the place to be this winter,” she said.