American Airlines says November is bringing a record schedule at Miami International Airport.
The airline along with regional carrier American Eagle will serve 114 destinations with 328 flights a day starting later this month. The newest routes are between Miami and Asuncion, Paraguay, which starts Thursday, and Miami and Roatán, Honduras, starting Nov. 17.
American is also increasing the frequency of flights to 38 cities.
American Eagle will transition to a fleet of 50-seat regional jets, doing away with turbo prop planes.
Although American is restructuring under bankruptcy protection, the airline has said long-term plans call for 20 percent growth at its five major hubs, including Miami.