Those new destinations are: George Town, Bahamas (American Airlines); Monterrey, Mexico (Aeromexico); Munich, Germany (Lufthansa); North Eleuthera, Bahamas (American); Montevideo, Uruguay (American); Milan Malpensa, Italy (Alitalia); and Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands (Cayman Airways).
For a full table see http://www.anna.aero/2010/10/13/us-annies-airport-awards/. The new routes represented a net increase of six international services, more than any other US airport. The runner-up was Charlotte, NC, with five new international destinations.
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