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The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $117 and $99 for one-way flights to Miami Intl. for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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FAQs about AA1989

What route does flight number AA1989 take?

AA1989 operates non-stop from Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) to Miami, FL (MIA-Miami Intl.). During this journey, you can expect to be in the air for about 3 hours. It's wise to book ahead to get your favorite seat.

How often is AA1989 on time?

American Airlines flight number AA1989 from Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) to Miami, FL (MIA-Miami Intl.) takes off as scheduled 83% of the time — so you can relaxing knowing you will reach your destination ASAP. If this service happens to be late, you're likely to wait about 26 minutes. This route has a 3.3-star rating.

What terminal does AA1989 fly out of?

AA1989 runs between Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) and Miami, FL (MIA-Miami Intl.), and passengers booked on this flight usually depart from Terminal C.

What kind of plane is on flight number AA1989?

The route for flight number AA1989 is predominantly Washington, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan Washington National) to Miami, FL (MIA-Miami Intl.), and the Boeing 737-800 is the type of plane you're likely to be flying on.