The only direct scheduled flights to Bermuda are from the US, Canada and UK. If you’re coming from elsewhere you’ll have to connect through one of these countries.
The most expensive flights are in the summer months. Cheaper flights can be found between November and March, except at Christmas when Bermudians living overseas fly home and Bermuda’s expatriate workers return to their countries of origin.
It is also important to note that Bermuda’s immigration regulations state that visitors need to purchase a return or onward ticket to visit the island.
From the UK
British Airways is currently the only airline offering flights to Bermuda from the UK. Flights take around 7½ hours and leave London Gatwick mid-afternoon, landing in Bermuda in the early evening (due to the 4 hour time difference).
Savings may be possible if you don’t mind stopping and fly via New York with a different airline.
Budget airline Zoom used to offer cheap flights from London Gatwick but went bankrupt in 2008.
|London||London Gatwick Airport (LGW)||British Airways||Daily in summer, 5 days a week in winter|
Both Air Canada and WestJet offer flights from Canada.
Air Canada operates a year-round daily service from Toronto and a weekly flight from Halifax in the summer. The Halifax route is popular with Bermudian students studying at universities in Nova Scotia.
Budget airline WestJet offers flights to Bermuda from Toronto. The service now operates 3 days a week (previously daily in summer, 3 days a week in winter).
|Halifax, Nova Scotia||Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ)||Air Canada||Saturdays, seasonal|
|Toronto, Ontario||Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)||Air Canada||Daily, all year|
|Toronto, Ontario||Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)||WestJet||3 days a week in winter|
From the US
The vast majority of Bermuda’s tourists and business traveller are Americans. US visitors have the greatest choice when it comes to deciding who to fly with when they visit the island.
Historically airfares to the island have been high. However the recent entry of low fare airlines such as JetBlue and AirTran Airways has increased competition and pushed prices down to more reasonable levels.
In the summer months there are non-stop flights to Bermuda from Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Miami, New York, Newark, Philadelphia, and Washington.
Commencing April 2013, Delta Airlines are introducing a new daily, non-stop service to Bermuda from LaGuardia Airport in New York.
Passengers flying to the US from Bermuda clear US Customs at LF Wade International Airport and are treated as domestic arrivals when they reach their destination in America. It’s a big timesaver.
|Atlanta, Georgia||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)||Delta Air Lines||6 days a week|
|Atlanta, Georgia||Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)||AirTran Airlines||Seasonal|
|Baltimore, Maryland||Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)||AirTran Airlines||Seasonal|
|Boston, Massachusetts||General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS)||Delta Air Lines||Daily|
|Charlotte, North Carolina||Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)||US Airways||Seasonal|
|Miami, Florida||Miami International Airport (MIA)||American Airlines||All year|
|Newark, New Jersey||Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)||United Airlines||Daily|
|New York||LaGuardia Airport (LGA)||Delta Airlines||New service commencing April 2013|
|New York||John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)||American Airlines||Daily|
|New York||John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)||JetBlue Airways||Daily|
|Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)||US Airways||Daily|
|Washington DC||Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)||US Airways||Seasonal|