Flight Schedule For July: Delta, Air Canada & BA

June 23, 2020

With commercial flights in and out of Bermuda set to resume next month, the island can expect daily Delta flights effective July 6, once a week Air Canada flights from July 2, and twice a week flights from British Airways effective July 17.

This is according to a flight schedule on the Skyport website, which notes that the schedule is subject to change.

The Government had previously announced that the decision has been made to resume commercial flights on 1 July 2020 and there will be a number of ”protocols and requirements that will be put in place to secure Bermuda and her people from the spread of Covid-19.”

The Government also previously stated that all of the airlines serving our country before Covid-19 say they are ready to return to Bermuda once the crisis passes, however “the mix of gateway cities, the time of year, and the frequency of flights may not be what we have become used to in years past at least not initially.”

“We should anticipate a gradual resumption of the regularly scheduled air services. We should certainly not expect everything to return to normal immediately.”

The July flight schedule, via the Skyport website, follows below [PDF here]:

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  1. Andrew says:

    I thought BA was going to be flying out of Heathrow going forward?

  2. Chris says:

    Maybe should mention that Bermudians cannot fly the other way unless you are a citizen or immediate family member of a citizen of those countries.
    Maybe you should mention that this will bring in about 10=15% of normal tourism which is less then 4% of the economy. But an import case that spreads to 20 people will cause reversal of phases instead of keeping airport closed. Opening restaurants and venues to locals fully to bring economy to 83% of norm. This also means schools with students in Fall. Just by letting us reaching 0 cases and keeping boarders closed.
    Going back a single phase will bring Bermuda back to less then 50% of the normal economy.
    Explain how this makes sense! or I can question the government how it makes sense!

  3. Concerned says:

    What are the plans for the cabin crew that stay in Bermuda for a day or two?

  4. Harpal says:

    I want to know the resumption for tour to csnada on tourist visa?last year in these days I was in Canada enjoying summer of canada but I am missing now

  5. Kathy says:

    It is not worth reopening. You will learn, the hard way. Your best advantage over other countries are your ocean borders. Use them to your advantage!!!