Bermuda is a tropical island in the north Atlantic, that is a global hub for international business and re-insurance. The island, which is close to the United States’ east coast receives daily and seasonal flights from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Additionally, there are direct and non-stop options which ensure connections to the destination.
All air travel to Bermuda is routed through the island’s lone airport, the L.F Wade International Airport (BDA). It is located on St. David’s Island which is in the east of the country. In 2022, L.F. Wade International was voted Best Airport of its Size in the Latin American and Caribbean region at the Airport Council International (ACI) World Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards. These awards are held annually to recognise the top airports in the world.
Which Airlines Fly to Bermuda?
Commercial, cargo and non-commercial airlines visit Bermuda on a daily basis. If you want to fly non-stop to Bermuda from the United States, Canada or the United Kingdom on a commercial flight, you can use the following airlines:
The airlines that fly to Bermuda from the United States are:
- American Airlines: Flights from Charlotte (CLT), Miami (MIA) and Philadelphia (PHL)
- Delta Air Lines: Flights from New York (JFK), Atlanta (ATL)
- JetBlue Airways: Flights from New York (JFK), Boston (BOS)
- United Airlines: Flights from New York (JFK) – Seasonal
The airlines that fly to Bermuda from Canada are:
- Air Canada: Flights from Toronto (YYZ) – Seasonal
- West Jet: Flights from Toronto (YYZ)
The airline that flies to Bermuda from the United Kingdom is:
- British Airways: London Heathrow (LHR)
If your best option to get to Bermuda is a making one or two stops, you have to ensure that you can make the connecting flight to one of the airlines mentioned above. For additional information on current flight schedules to Bermuda, please visit the L.F. Wade International Airport.