JetBlue has updated its schedule and is cutting some flights across the United States. Most of the affected routes were recent leisure adds over the course of the crisis. While some routes are being trimmed to operate around peak travel season, some routes are cancelled altogether. Let’s find out more.
Spirit Airlines is coming to Miami International Airport. The airline, which calls Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport home, is planning 30 routes from Miami, effectively turning it into its 2nd gateway out of South Florida.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is adding more flights to France including a brand-new route. This is good news for leisure travellers looking for a holiday. France has become the 6th country in Europe to reopen to international travellers.
Qatar Airways’ resumption of flights to Atlanta on 1st June 2021 will see the airline’s network in the United States expand to 12 destinations with over 85 weekly flights which is more than it operated pre-pandemic. The airline is also increasing frequency on some routes.
Delta Airlines has announced that the quarantine free flights which it has been running between the United States and Italy since December 2020 will open for leisure travellers on 16th May 2021. Alongside this, Delta is increasing its services to Italy. Read on to find out more.
Delta Airlines has announced three new routes from Boston Logan International Airport and a new service to Canada from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Delta has announced resumption of two routes to Iceland and is also starting a third-brand new too.
Allegiant is adding 34 new nonstop flight routes to its network for the spring-summer schedule as it looks to capture more of the leisure travelers who have made up the bulk of those still flying during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Qatar Airways has announced the resumption of flights to Atlanta and has also announced increase in frequencies on several US routes.
On the last day of 2020, JetBlue took delivery of its 1st Airbus A220. Since then, both the airline and Airbus have been tight-lipped about A220’s new interior. But now, JetBlue has revealed its stunning new A220 cabin.