BermudAir, a new all-business-class airline, just announced three new daily routes from the United States to Bermuda. To commemorate the occasion, the airline is offering introductory tickets beginning at $199 each way, including taxes.
Within the next month, BermudAir will begin operating flights from three U.S. airports, including: Bermuda flights out of Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) will begin on August 31 and run every day except Tuesday.
Bermuda flights from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) will begin on September 22 and operate every day except Wednesday. Starting on August 31, there will be daily flights from New York’s Westchester County Airport (HPN) to Bermuda.
BermudAir will eventually have a cabin that is exclusively for business class, but the airline is starting operations before converting its Embraer E175 fleet. At first, the airline will only offer 44 coach seats on its 88-seat E175 aircraft for sale. In November, when BermudAir expects to have finished remodeling the cabin, the E175s will have 30 Aisle Class seats, one on either side of the center aisle.
BermudAir flights consistently offer complimentary Wi-Fi and entertainment. Each traveler will receive at least one complimentary checked bag (or more, depending on the ticket). On-board service will offer freshly prepared light meals as well as beverage options from local partners on the island.