Airlift set to drop as summer season tails off
Airlift to the island is set to drop next month as the busy summer season tapers off, reducing services to New York and Toronto.
According to the September flight schedule, which was recently published online by Skyport, both United Airlines and WestJet are scheduled to halt flights to the island early in September, while JetBlue will reduce its service to New York.
The United Airlines daily summer service between Bermuda and Newark will come to an end with the last flight on September 4.
Meanwhile, WestJet will end its twice a week flights between Bermuda and Toronto with the last flight scheduled for September 8.
JetBlue is set to halt its service to New York LaGuardia on September 6, but maintain daily flights to both New York JFK and Boston throughout the month.
Air Canada, which reduces its service to Toronto from five weekly flights to four this month, will continue to offer four flights a week throughout September.
Sata Airlines has two flights scheduled between Bermuda and Ponta Delgada during September, one on September 5 and a second on September 19.
British Airways will maintain a daily service between Bermuda and London Heathrow, while American Airlines will continue to operate daily flights to New York JFK, Philadelphia and Charlotte.
Delta Air Lines will meanwhile continue to operate four weekly flights to New York JFK and three weekly flights to Atlanta.