Flights to Bermuda

Bermuda is connected by direct flights to various cities of the US, UK and Canada including New York, Atlanta, Boston, Baltimore, Charlotte, Detroit, Newark, London, Miami, Orlando, Chicago, Philadelphia, Halifax, Toronto etc. From New York or Boston, it takes under two hours to reach Bermuda by flight. 
Visit Where is Bermuda to know Bermuda's location with respect to various cities in the world including the US, UK and Canada and the respective flight hours. 

Airlines Currently Serving Bermuda

American Airlines (AA)
New York, Miami, Philadelphia
Air Canada (AC)
Azores Airlines (S4)
Ponta Delgada
British Airways (BA)
London (Gatwick)
Delta Airlines (DL)
New York, Boston, Atlanta
JetBlue (B6)
New York, Boston
United [Seasonal] (UA)
New York
WestJet (WS)
NOTE: Due to the present pandemic situation, all flights may not be available in all months. Some airlines are operating to Bermuda seasonally (indicated in the table above). 
Visit Flight Schedules published by L.F Wade International Airport (Bermuda) to get the current flight timings to and from Bermuda. 
Bermuda Location with flight durations 
Bermuda Location Map 

Present Travel Status and Guidelines

Bermuda re-opened international commercial flights on July 1, 2020 and has taken stringent measures following the Covid-19 pandemic for responsible and safe travel to and out of Bermuda. It is recognized as one of the best performing countries in the world for Covid-19 tests and controlling the virus spread. The global stamp from WTTC (World Travel & Tourism Council) is a recognition to this. 
You can get a quick snapshot of Bermuda's current Covid-19 status here. All visitors to Bermuda are required to apply for Travel Authorization 1 to 3 days before departure and get the approval in order to travel. One such requirement for the travel authorization is producing a negative Covid-19 PCR test taken no more than 5 days before departure. Refer to the Bermuda's Travel Guidelines for details. 
Also refer to the Bermuda Health & Safety Guide... a living document maintained by Bermuda Tourism Authority which informs the travelers about all the health protocols that are in place across the island at all the travel businesses so that visitors can feel safe right from pre-arrival to post departure regarding the safety measures adopted by Bermuda government. 

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Visitors' Reviews and Comments

Diane Mancino (February 2017) 
We have been going to Bermuda for 15 years. Last year we were informed that United Airlines would no longer fly to Bermuda from Newark, NJ after September 5th till sometime in December. Having to go to another airport is time consuming and adds time and expense to our travel. We might not be able to go back to Bermuda as our timeshare is in October. Is there anything the government could do to remedy this? Many of other people have also been affected. Thank you.