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FORT WORTH, Texas – Here’s a noteworthy item from the Department of Interesting Facts: No U.S. airline flies to more destinations (25) in Central and South America than American Airlines. Now, here’s something really eye-catching: American has put many of those destinations on sale.

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FORT WORTH, Texas – Here’s a noteworthy item from the Department of Interesting Facts: No U.S. airline flies to more destinations (25) in Central and South America than American Airlines. Now, here’s something really eye-catching: American has put many of those destinations on sale.

American Airlines, a founding member of the global oneworld(R) Alliance, is having a sale for travel through mid-May between the continental United States and select destinations in Central and South America.

If you’ve been considering a trip to tropical, inviting Central America (think: beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, captivating culture) or perhaps a visit to vibrant, diverse South America (spectacular sights, nightlife and shopping), then now is the perfect time to contact convenient, affordable American Airlines. Our frequent flights and fabulous fares can help you realize that vacation dream of a lifetime, or perhaps send you on that long-overdue visit with family and friends.

It’s a fact: American Airlines + low fares = you in Central or South America this winter and spring. Here are the highlights of American’s sale:

— Sale fares available between the continental United States and select destinations in Central and South America.

— Begin travel now through May 18, 2008; complete travel no later than May 20, 2008. Embargo dates apply for travel to/from Brazil.

— Purchase tickets no later than Feb. 12, 2008.

— Other restrictions apply. For rules and restrictions, see the terms and conditions below, or visit American’s Web site, AA.com.

Here are samples of American’s great low fares to Central and South America. Fare amounts shown are for travel originating in the continental United States. American also has great fares available for travel originating in Central and South America. Visit AA.com or call American for details.

SAMPLE CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA SALE FARES

City Pair Round-Trip Fare*

Miami – San Jose, Costa Rica $189
Miami – Panama City, Panama $238
Miami – Quito, Ecuador $344
New York City – Guanacaste Liberia, Costa Rica $362
San Francisco – Guatemala City, Guatemala $392
Boston – Bogota, Colombia $402
Denver – Belize City, Belize $425
Los Angeles – Barranquilla, Colombia $449
Los Angeles – San Salvador, El Salvador $488
Boston – Sao Paulo, Brazil $588
Chicago O’Hare – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil $667
New York City – Buenos Aires, Argentina $696

* Fares shown are for round-trip Economy Class travel purchased on
AA.com, and are in U.S. dollars. Fares are valid for travel beginning
by May 18, 2008 and complete by May 20, 2008. Travel to/from Brazil is
not valid Feb 4-14, 2008. Fares do not include all government-imposed
taxes and fees.

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