American Eagle has upgraded their air service into Marsh Harbour out of Miami now offering a larger 76 seat jet which includes first-class seating with service daily beginning on June 4.
Trevor Stafford, American Eagle Pilot, said the inaugural flight was smooth and took a mere 35 minutes at a cruising speed of about 300 knots. “By the time we finished climbing it was almost time to come back down; almost not time at all,” he said.
He said that the 76 seat Embraer E175 jet, which is built in Brazil, is quite stable and anticipates that they should have no significant limitations flying in and out of the Marsh Harbour International Airport
The aircraft made its inaugural landing with 53 passengers onboard. The plane features twelve first class seats and 64 coach. It is scheduled to arrive daily at 10:46am and depart 11:26am.