May 15th Charter Flight To And From Atlanta

May 6, 2020 | 3 Comments

Seats are available on the May 15 charter flight traveling between Bermuda and Atlanta at a cost of $1,000, Travel Edge has announced.

A Travel Edge spokesperson said, “The May 15th charter flight announced by the Premier on Monday, subject to enough interest, is confirmed. Travel Edge will operate the charter flight on a Delta Air Lines B737-800.

“The flight will depart Atlanta at 10:45am, arrive Bermuda at 2:30pm, and return to Atlanta at 3:45 pm. The cost for a main cabin seat is $1,000.

“Passengers arriving in Bermuda will be quarantined for 14 days at a government facility at a cost of $100 per day.

“There is no quarantine requirement for passengers on arrival in Atlanta. For more information or to book a seat, please reach out to Travel Edge at info@traveledge.bm.”

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  1. Yes I says:

    $1000.00 for a round trip would be considered highway robbery. This is just a one-way!! Delta should know better.

  2. Yes I says:

    $1000 for a one way is highway robbery. Price gouging has no place during times like this.

    • trufth says:

      Airlines aren’t charities plus it costs a lot to fuel a plane, especially when you may only have 90 passengers combined to/from Atlanta. Cost needs to be covered somehow. They are a business.

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