New Airline Routes

JetBlue to Add Non-Stop Service to Mexico City from New York and Boston

JetBlue to Add Non-Stop Service to Mexico City from New York and Boston

JetBlue announced it will offer non-stop service to Mexico City from both New York City and Boston.
Flights between Mexico City International Airport and both John F. Kennedy International and Boston Logan International airports will start on October 25, 2018.
JetBlue will operate the new routes using Airbus A320 aircraft, equipped with 42 seats in Even More Space, the airline’s premium economy lite section, and 108 in coach. Premium economy lite-seats are …

American Airlines Brings Back LaGuardia-Vail Non-Stop

American Airlines Brings Back LaGuardia-Vail Non-Stop

American Airlines announced it will once again service between New York’s LaGuardia Airport and Vail, Colorado in late December.
The seasonal service to Eagle County Airport will commence on December 22, 2018. American will operate the route using Airbus A319 aircraft.
The airline’s A319s have eight recliner seats in the first-class cabin. Each seat is 21” wide and offers a seat pitch of roughly 40”.  The airline’s Main Cabin Extra premium economy …

Philippine Airlines to Introduce Non-Stop Flights from New York to Manila

Philippine Airlines to Introduce Non-Stop Flights from New York to Manila

Philippine Airlines announced plans for non-stop service linking New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Manila.
The move comes after the airline began one-stop service in 2015 after a 17-year hiatus on flights to the New York area.
The Philippine flag carrier will launch service on October 29, 2018. Service from Ninoy Aquino Manila Airport will operate on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and will depart at 9 p.m. and …

Alaska Airlines Launches San Jose-New York Non-Stop

Alaska Airlines Launches San Jose-New York Non-Stop

Alaska Airlines announced the start of its new non-stop service linking New York City and San Jose, California.
The Seattle-based airline will operate the new route using Airbus A320 aircraft. The planes are equipped with eight first-class recliner seats with 55” seat pitch, 12 premium economy light seats with 38” seat pitch, and 126 seats in coach.
Flights will depart New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport at 4:45 p.m. local time …

Air Canada Launches Five New Domestic Routes from Montreal and Edmonton

Air Canada Launches Five New Domestic Routes from Montreal and Edmonton

Air Canada announced the start of five new regional routes on Monday.
The new non-stop flights include Montreal to Windsor; Montreal to London, Ontario; and Edmonton to Victoria, Calgary, and Comox.
The airline said it had inaugurated 25 new routes in the period from May 1 through July 2 including several new international ones out of Toronto to destinations including Bucharest, Buenos Aires, Shannon, and Zagreb and from Montreal to Dublin, and …

Hawaiian to Add Non-Stop Service from Sacramento to Maui

Hawaiian to Add Non-Stop Service from Sacramento to Maui

Hawaiian Airlines announced plans to offer non-stop daily service between Sacramento, California and Kahului, Maui.
The route will commence operations on April 1, 2019 on Airbus A321 aircraft. The aircraft has 16 recliner seats in first class with a seat pitch of 46” and 44 seats in its Extra Comfort premium economy lite section with 37” of pitch as well as 129 seats in coach.
The airline already operates non-stop service from …

Southwest Adds 7 New Flights from Dallas to Schedule

Southwest Adds 7 New Flights from Dallas to Schedule

Southwest Airlines announced new flights from Dallas to seven cities as well as twice-daily non-stop flights between New York and Nashville.
The Dallas-based airline will operate daily service between Dallas Love Field and Charleston, Ft. Myers/Naples, Jacksonville, Louisville, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis/St. Paul, as well as seasonal service on Sundays to Tucson. These flights will begin to operate starting January 7, 2019.
In addition, the airline will restore its previously operated outré from …