BermudAir Adding Baltimore And Orlando From March 2024

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Bermuda-based carrier BermudAir is stretching its wings, with the announcement of two new year round U.S. destinations starting from mid-March.

BermudAir is planning to expand service out of Bermuda to two new U.S. east coast cities, that being Baltimore (BWI), Maryland and Orlando (MCO), Florida. The Embraer E175 operated flights will launch on March 18th and 26th respectively.

“The addition of Baltimore and Orlando to our network is a clear indicator of BermudAir’s ongoing growth,” said Adam Scott, Founder and CEO of BermudAir. “This expansion demonstrates our dedication to meeting our passengers’ needs and strategically enhancing our service offerings, based on continual market feedback and evaluation. It’s a significant step that elevates BermudAir to new levels of service and reach.”

Unlike their service to Ft. Lauderdale, White Plains, and Boston, which see at least six-times weekly service, these new cities will see three flights per week as follows:

Flight NumberOriginDeparture TimeDestinationArrival TimeFrequency
2T551Bermuda (BDA)8:15 a.m.Baltimore (BWI)9:50 a.m.Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays
(Starts March 18, 2024)
2T552Baltimore (BWI)10:45 a.m.Bermuda (BDA)2:00 p.m.Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays
(Starts March 18, 2024)
2T751Bermuda (BDA)3:30 p.m.Orlando (MCO)5:40 p.m.Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays
(Starts March 26, 2024)
2T752Orlando (MCO)6:40 p.m.Bermuda (BDA)10:10 p.m.Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays
(Starts March 26, 2024)

To celebrate the launch, the carrier has added introductory one-way fares starting from $99 if you’re flying to Bermuda from the U.S., and $199 if you flying from Bermuda to one of these two new destinations. If you recall previously, BermudAir now offers economy class seating after feedback from its customers and other stakeholders.

Their E175s are now configured with 14 seats in business class, and 52 in economy. Customers in both classes will receive complimentary meal and beverage service, along with free Wi-Fi and access to a local library of movies and TV shows via your own handheld devices.

While those flying in business have some benefits like additional bags, and lounge access (at its original three U.S. destinations so far), they still have to deal with the regular 2-2 economy style layout with one of those seats being blocked per side. The company blamed third-party supply chain issues delaying the introduction of their custom “aisle” business class seats, only saying that they expect them to be retrofitted some time in 2024.

It will be interesting to see how BermudAir sustains their services throughout the year, but it seems they are slowly taking steps in the right direction to keep utilization up. However, they do need to pull a few other tricks from up its sleeves as they do not have the benefit of having a feeder network compared to the traditional. U.S. big name carriers.

[Featured Photo: BermudAir ]

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