Tropical Getaway Flight Debuting Soon At BWI Airport
LINTHICUM, MD - Marylanders have a new flight option to Bermuda.
BermudAir on Wednesday announced a new flight from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to the tropical island.
“We are thrilled to welcome BermudAir and this premier service to the island paradise of Bermuda,” BWI Airport Executive Director and CEO Ricky Smith said in a press release. “BermudAir is growing quickly and creating new opportunities for tourism and economic development. Our customers will appreciate the airline’s quick and easy access to Bermuda’s natural beauty, culture, and history.”
The direct flight will make three round trips each week. The first voyage is March 18.
The flights run Monday, Thursday and Saturday. The trip is about two hours and 15 minutes.
One-way tickets start at $99 plus fees. Tickets are available here.
BermudAir launched in September 2023, serving as the island nation's flagship airline.
The airline also serves Boston, New York Westchester, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.
“This expansion demonstrates our dedication to meeting our passengers’ needs and strategically enhancing our service offerings, based on continual market feedback and evaluation,” BermudAir Founder and CEO Adam Scott said in the release. “It’s a significant step that elevates BermudAir to new levels of service and reach.”
BWI Airport has nearly 300 departing flights each day. The airport has 18 airlines and serves more than 80 destinations.
The airport saw 24.7 million passengers last fiscal year, up 15 percent from the prior fiscal year.
“BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport is a world class transportation hub and we’re excited to welcome BermudAir to our region,” Maryland Transportation Secretary Paul J. Wiedefeld said in the release. “This new connection will unlock new cultural and economic opportunities for Bermudians and Marylanders alike. BWI Marshall and our partners are looking forward to offering increased access to tropical vacations directly from the Baltimore region.”
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