American Airlines will resume direct flights from Bermuda and Washington, starting next April.
The airline announced today that the service to Washington Reagon National Airport resumes on April 4, 2024.
A spokeswoman said: “With this service, next April American will operate up to 35 weekly flights at BDA from its hubs in Charlotte, New York, Miami, Philadelphia and DCA, strengthening its position as the largest US airline in Bermuda.”
Meanwhile, American Airlines service to Miami is scheduled to start up again on November 5 with daily flights.
Daily flights to both New York JFK and Charlotte will continue throughout the month.
British Airways is also due to trim back their schedule for the winter season, by reducing daily flights from Bermuda to set to go down to five days a week with no flights on Tuesday or Saturday.
Air Canada will reduce their flights to Toronto to three, down from four.
The direct service to Boston by JetBlue four days a week will continu, while Delta flights to New York and Atlanta will remain the same.
And BermudAir, the new kid on the block will continue its service to Westchester New York throughout November with 12 flights per week, with six weekly flights to both Boston and Fort Lauderdale.