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Triple-double: three more airlines return in past three weeks at MIA

MIA’s resurgence of air service continued with Virgin Atlantic, followed by Aerolineas Argentinas and Copa Airlines.

MIAMI, FL – Three more airlines have resumed passenger flights at Miami International within the last three weeks, bringing the airport’s total number of passenger carriers to 19. MIA’s resurgence of air service continued with Virgin Atlantic resuming London service three times a week on August 18, followed by Aerolineas Argentinas returning on September 3 with Buenos Aires service three times a week and Copa Airlines the following day with two weekly flights from Panama City. Flights with each airline are subject to travel restrictions by the United States and the respective governments of each destination.

The airline re-launches come just weeks after another trio of carriers resumed service at MIA in early August. Volaris began serving Guadalajara again on August 2 with two weekly flights, Air Europa resumed weekly service from Madrid on August 3, and SWISS returned on August 4 with two weekly flights from Zurich.

Thirteen other airlines either never stopped flying or resumed scheduled service at MIA previously: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, LATAM Airlines, United Airlines, Aeromexico, British Airways, Caribbean Airlines, Eastern Airlines, Iberia, Lufthansa, TAP Air Portugal and Turkish Airlines.

Airline schedules are subject to change due to government travel restrictions, so passengers should confirm flight availability with their individual airline.

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