San Francisco will be the TAP’s eighth destination in North America and the third new destination for TAP in the United States next year.
TAP Air Portugal will launch five return flights per week from Lisbon to Chicago O’Hare on June 1st. Later the same month, on June 16th the airline will additionally add five weekly trips from Lisbon to Washington-Dulles.
From March, Norwegian will serve Miami International Airport and San Francisco International Airport from London Gatwick, replacing its existing flights to Fort Lauderdale and Oakland airports.
Norwegian’s non-stop service to Tampa Bay has commenced, offering consumers an affordable way to access Florida’s west coast. The new service will operate twice-weekly from London Gatwick to Tampa International Airport.
Seattle will become the fifth US city in Singapore Airlines’ route network – and the fourth to be served non-stop from Singapore - when new flights are introduced next year.
US-based Apple Leisure Group has acquired America, Mexico and Caribbean tour operator Funway Holidays International. The deal, revealed today, was completed in early September.
Complementing the airline’s existing daily service to New York-JFK, the seasonal Boston route will offer customers more travel options from Edinburgh to the United States, with two flights every day during the peak summer months.
British Airways is set to increase its flights to Nashville next summer, operating a daily flight between Tennessee and Heathrow. The addition of two extra weekly services means Nashville is British Airways fastest new route to move to a daily service in ten years.
Delta Air Lines will increase travel options to the US from London Heathrow next summer, offering a daily flight to Portland International Airport, up from four times weekly this year. The carrier will also offer a twice daily service to Detroit’s Wayne County Metropolitan Airport.
The new services to Montréal and Minneapolis-St. Paul will add a quarter of million additional seats annually to Aer Lingus’ transatlantic network, which already offers 2.8 million seats annually between Ireland and North America
The inaugural flight to Orlando International Airport will depart on December 18th, with flights departing from London Gatwick and Edinburgh via Reykjavik.