“We are disappointed to learn that American Airlines will suspend the service from Bermuda to Miami through this summer.
We’ve held meetings with American Airlines to find alternative solutions; however, they have indicated that Bermuda is one of many markets in which they have been forced to reduce summer capacity. American Airlines indicated that they intend to return to the Miami market in November 2023.
From our discussions with American, they have been clear that this is a business decision based on flight crew availability constraints. They feel that the Bermuda demand levels anticipated this summer can be accommodated on their Charlotte, New York and Philadelphia services,” said Minister of Transport, the Hon. Wayne Furbert.
Minister Furbert added, “Bermuda will also have expanded service to other major airports, with United Airlines’ service from Newark starting next month and JetBlue’s new daily seasonal service from New York (LaGuardia) beginning in May. We understand the loss of the direct service will inconvenience residents and visitors.
The Ministry of Transport and our partners will continue to engage with airlines, including incumbent airlines and others that do not currently provide air service to Bermuda, to increase Bermuda’s airlift.”
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