Spend a dream holiday in Bermuda, a British overseas territory filled with attractions such as the Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda Aquarium, and Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute. Get to the oldest and most populous remaining British colony on these Bermuda flights, which all land at the Bermuda International Airport, the country’s only airport. It has Wi-Fi access available throughout the entire departure area.
British Airways offers Bermuda flights from the UK. Its economy flights have 31-inch seat pitch, lumbar support, and adjustable headrests. Non-stop entertainment is offered through blockbuster movies, television shows, and music. Passengers also get a complimentary three-course meal and drinks.
Air Canada, Canada’s flag carrier and largest airline, offers flights to Bermuda from London Heathrow with a stopover at Toronto Pearson Airport. Economy flights feature XM satellite radio with music and talk shows, individual reading light, headphones that passengers can take home after the flight, and washrooms with “Globe Spa” amenities. Newly renovated cabins include personal 8.9-inch touch-screen televisions, in-seat laptop power, and USB ports for game consoles.
Another airline offering flights to Bermuda from London Heathrow is Continental Airlines, a US carrier. Flights bound for Bermuda take off from London Heathrow Airport, stop over at New York Newark, then land in Bermuda International Airport. Economy flights include free snacks, meals, and non-alcoholic drinks, while alcoholic beverages are available for purchase. Overhead television screens and seatback televisions provide entertainment.
American Airlines, a US-based airline, also flies to Bermuda from London Heathrow with a stopover in New York Kennedy. Overhead screens with current movies, news, and comedy shows, seatback video; complimentary headsets; adjustable leather headrests; and meals are some of the amenities in the economy flights.