Airport Re-Opens, Flights Now Arriving

October 19, 2014

[Updated] Following its closure due to Hurricane Gonzalo, the airport is set to re-open at 5:00 pm this afternoon [Oct 19], with flights scheduled to come in from Toronto, Philadelphia, Miami, New York and London, UK.

A Government spokesperson said, “With a confirmed reopening set for 5:00 pm this afternoon, Airport Operations would like to advise the traveling public of the following flight schedules:

“Air Canada’s flight from Toronto will arrive in Bermuda at 5:05 pm and depart at 6:20pm and US Airways’ flight out of Philadelphia will now arrive at 5:25 pm and depart at 7:00 pm.

Update 3.55pm: We have seen private planes land this afternoon, quick glimpse of one below

“The British Airways flight from London Gatwick is scheduled to arrive on time at 6:15 pm; however, the return flight to London will now depart tomorrow morning, Monday October 20th at 9:00 am. As such, the airline requests that all passengers who were booked for tonight’s BA flight 2232 to Gatwick should now plan to check in Monday morning between 6:00 am and 8:00 am.

“The American Airlines flights from Miami and New York’s JFK, along with Delta’s service from JFK will all arrive as scheduled this evening and depart Monday morning as per normal.

Update 4.55pm: The island’s first commercial flight since the hurricane, Air Canada from Toronto, has just landed a few minutes ahead of schedule

Air Canada Bermuda, October 19 2014

“Airport Operations advises that due to hurricane-related damage to the FAA radar at L.F. Wade International, flights departing Bermuda may experience minor delays whilst technicians continue with restoration efforts.”

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  1. somuchless says:

    Nice to see a 767 visit. During the last few years all the airlines have downsided the aircrafts they fly to Bermuda.

  2. And who said the buses are not running,looks like my bus just landed.