NEW YORK, March 24, 2014 – Beginning in May 1, 2014, Delta Air Lines flights to and from Bermuda (www.gotobermuda.com) from New York City will switch service from LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK).
Once the schedule begins, the newly-implemented flight will depart JFK International Airport at 5:00 p.m. EST. The return flight will depart from Bermuda, en route to New York at 9:15 a.m. AST.
Less than a two-hour flight away from New York City, Bermuda’s famed pink-sand beaches, rich cultural heritage and trademark British charm make the island an ideal getaway option for travelers in the Northeast. This service change will allow for visitors from the metropolis to continue to experience “So Much More” when they travel to the island, such as world-class spas, a distinct culinary scene, and more golf and wreck diving per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
The flight will also offer direct benefits to international travelers looking to vacation in Bermuda who can use the service as a connecting flight to and from Europe or Asia.
Additional airlines servicing Bermuda from the New York metro area include American Airlines and JetBlue out of JFK and United Airlines out of Newark International Airport.
Just under two hours from East Coast gateway cities, Bermuda stretches for 21 miles along turquoise waters and is surrounded by a 200-square-mile coral reef plateau. The destination’s accommodations range from luxury resorts to intimate guest cottages and family-run inns, all incorporating the sophistication and hospitality unique to the Bermuda experience. The island includes more than 150 restaurants to fit any traveler’s budget, from simple and inexpensive to elegant and special dining. Bermuda’s diverse activities offer an array of vacation options all year round, including more wreck dives and more golf per square mile than anywhere else in the world, renowned deep sea fishing, luxurious spas and smooth pink beaches.
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