Skyport announces changes to some flight schedules
Air service to Bermuda is scheduled to drop next month as services to Newark, Miami and the Azores all halt.
United Airlines is set to end its seasonal service to Newark on September 6, while American Airlines will temporarily suspend its daily service to Miami on the same date.
A spokeswoman for Skyport said that American Airlines is expected to resume direct service to Miami in November, however the airline would offer “expanded connectivity options out of its Charlotte and Philadelphia hubs”.
Meanwhile Sata Airlines’ weekly summer service to Ponta Delgada is expected to end on September, with flights expected to resume in December.
Air Canada is scheduled to reduce its service between Bermuda and Toronto, cutting the number of weekly flights from five to two.
The airline will continue to offer service on Fridays and Sundays, along with a single Wednesday flight on September 7 following the Labour Day holiday weekend.
JetBlue service to both Atlanta and New York JFK is expected to continue throughout the month, however neither flight is included on the schedule for September 30.
British Airways service to London Heathrow is expected to continue to run four days a week on average, while Delta service to Atlanta and JFK is expected to remain unchanged.
In total, 188 commercial flights are scheduled to depart the island in the month of September compared to 260 flights in the month of August, which is one day longer.