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Ask your Travel Agent
The No.1 way to the sun.[[/underlined]]
[[image: islands in the Caribbean and Atlantic: Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Bermuda, St. Croix, Aruba, Curacao, Barbados; compass; northern tip of South America]]
American's Pleasure Islands
(Map not to scale.)
The best [[image: photo of man diving]] way to be warm and carefree on your winter vacation is to be cold and calculating now: [[image: man golfing]]
Pick the right place. Pick the right price. And pick the right airline.
1) From serene Aruba to courteous Bermuda to colorful Puerto Rico, American's nine Pleasure Islands are all dramatically different. So if you haven't already picked your place in the sun, stop by your Travel Agent's office and take home a handful of our brochures.
[[image: box with text: We're American Airlines. Doing what we do best." and representation of sun with: #1]]
2) You'll find that American offers dozens of value-packed vacation packages to each island--all backed by American's own Tour Warranty.
Tennis? Golf? Fishing? Gambling? Or just lounging on the beach? We've spent year planning the best few days of your life, and we'll help you spend them at a price you can afford.
3) Now that you can almost smell the salt of that crystal-clear sea, don't weaken! Pick the right airline:
In its recent independent survey of its members, the Airline-Passengers Association named American Airlines "the No. 1 choice for domestic air travel."
And the No. 1 reason? "Service."
Why settle for anything less to fly the Pleasure Islands?
Fly American. And let us show you what we do best.
[[image: American Airlines jet]]

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