BermudAir To Launch Flights To Canada

March 28, 2024 | 9 Comments

BermudAir today announced its “expansion into Canada with direct flights to Toronto, Ontario, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, marking a significant milestone in the airline’s growth.”

BermudAir Flight Westchester Bermuda February 2024 TWFB

A spokesperson said, “Starting May 17, the airline will begin operations between Bermuda’s L.F. Wade International Airport [BDA] and Toronto Pearson International Airport [YYZ], with flights to Halifax Stanfield International Airport [YHZ] commencing on May 25. Tickets are now on sale with special introductory fares available until April 10 starting at $199 USD one-way from Bermuda to Canada and $149 USD one-way from Canada to Bermuda, including taxes.

“This strategic expansion addresses the increasing demand for direct flights between Bermuda and these prominent Canadian cities, underscoring BermudAir’s dedication to enhancing travel options for both leisure and business travelers. Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is a bustling metropolis with strong economic ties to Bermuda, while Halifax, recognized for its rich history and strategic importance in the Atlantic region, shares historical, cultural, and commercial connections with Bermuda. The new routes are poised to become vital links that foster increased tourism and business exchanges between the two countries.”

“There has been strong demand for travel between Bermuda and Canada and we’re proud to continue delivering on our commitment to provide additional connectivity with these new routes,” said Adam Scott, Founder & CEO of BermudAir. “Toronto and Halifax are currently underserved, and this expansion aligns with our mission to provide year-round service, meeting the needs of both Bermudians and travelers from Canada.”

The Minister of Transport Wayne Furbert said, “I am delighted that BermudAir’s expansion of services will include prominent Canadian destinations. This development is welcomed news and brings much-needed convenience for travel to Bermuda. With direct flights connecting Bermuda with Toronto and Halifax, BermudAir effectively meets the demand that locals and visitors have been seeking. As a valued partner in enhancing our air travel offerings, BermudAir is bolstering Bermuda’s marketing efforts, signifying a progressive stride forward.”

The spokesperson said, “The addition of Toronto and Halifax expands BermudAir’s operational footprint and reinforces its role as a key connector between Bermuda and North America. The new services complement the airline’s existing routes, highlighting its continuous growth and dedication to fulfilling the travel needs of its passengers. Adding the Toronto and Halifax routes means that BermudAir’s full schedule will operate 2,700 flights over a 12-month period offering 178,000 seats that were not previously available to and from Bermuda.”

“With increased demand for travel to Bermuda this winter, BermudAir’s new service will help connect travelers looking to escape to the beauty of the island,” said Kurush Minocher, Executive Director, Airlines Relations and Customer Experience, Greater Toronto Airports Authority. “We are also pleased to welcome BermudAir, our newest international airline.”

“We’re pleased to welcome BermudAir as our newest airline partner and put Bermuda back on our non-stop route map at Halifax Stanfield,” said Marie Manning, VP Business Development & Chief Commercial Officer, Halifax International Airport Authority. “We’ve had many requests from our community for a non-stop flight connecting Halifax and Bermuda, and with the short flight time of about two hours, we are confident it will be popular for business and leisure travel year-round.”

The spokesperson said, “BermudAir will operate Embraer E175 aircraft on the Canadian routes, featuring a dual-class cabin, with 14 seats in a business cabin and 52 seats in an economy cabin. Committed to delivering a premium in-flight experience, both cabins will provide superior customer service, complimentary food and beverage service [inclusive of alcohol], and exceptional comfort throughout the journey. The business cabin service will offer additional booking flexibility, higher checked baggage allowances, preferential fare conditions for changes and cancellations, and more.

“BermudAir’s increasing network now connects Boston Logan International Airport [BOS], Westchester County Airport [HPN], Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport [FLL], Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport [BWI], Orlando International Airport [MCO], and two major Canadian destinations, Toronto Pearson International Airport [YYZ] and Halifax Stanfield International Airport [YHZ], to the L.F. Wade International Airport in Bermuda [BDA].

“To book flights, view flight schedules or obtain more information, download the BermudAir app or visit”

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  1. Hilarious! says:


  2. Mark says:

    Thank god! Finally some options! I will only be flying Bermuda air to Canada until air Canada sort themselves out.

  3. Marine Life says:

    Great Locations, Love that! Access of Hospitals too!
    My only issue is the restrictions of carryons. For many years, My family and I have traveled with mainly carryons. We seldom use Baggage claim. We ‘wing’ it. We stay out there for a whole month. The items I carry are well over their 20 lbs limit. That means , both of the items I carry are null and void. Not happening! Yes it is a small plane, understood. But certain things I never pack in check-in luggage ( which they allow to be 70 lbs.) They stay with me. We don’t have suitcases.
    I will have to stay with the Big Boys. Less restrictions. I am a serious driver. I will fly anywhere on the East Coast.
    This is just a reality check and our circumstances.

    • puzzled says:

      Dumbest comment I have seen in 30 years.
      You can afford air travel but not a suitcase.
      Your a troll.

    • Hilarious! says:

      Get a travel jacket or vest and pack items into it—an old traveler’s trick. Since you are wearing it, it is not considered a carry-on.

  4. David shaikh says:

    As a 84 years senior Baba for my granddaughter (T & T)
    Now I can visit more.
    Bermuda needs the own national airline.
    I walked many time whole Bermuda.
    Thanks to Bermudian Government doing excellent thinking.
    David Shaikh
    Toronto Ontario Canada

    • Mark says:

      Absolutely nothing to do with the government mate. Bermuda exists despite this government although the way it’s going now, they could finally ruin it after years of unchecked ineptitude and corruption.

    • Truth says:

      This has absolutely nothing to do with the Bermuda government.

  5. Nik says:

    Fantastic news ..thank you for listening

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