Here are some of the new routes as announce by the different airline companies:

American Airlines

Starting September, American Airlines will give you an additional option if you are flying to or from NY-JFK and the Tokyo Narita airport. By the first week of September the flights will become an everyday option.

JetBlue

This company isnot stopping in terms of conquering new rutes. This week JetBlue announced that they will be serving those who are setting off from the Westchester County Airport to Nassau, Bahamas by November 15. The airline is still seeking government thumbs up for this new route but we are not seeing any problem on that angle.

Vision Airlines

Vision Airlines is another company that keeps on expanding. They must be doing something right. Vision is not so happy anymore with the local flights that they are adding to their destinations, Bahamas. Starting November, places like Richmond, Fort Lauderdale, Baltimore, Louisville, and Raleigh will be linked to the Grand Bahama Island.

Delta

If you are from Philadelphia,you will be getting a non-stop option going to Los Angeles by fall this year. Starting October 2, Delta will hop between Philadelphia and LAX for five times every week. Delta will be using its Boeing 737s for this .

REDJet

REDJet might be heading soon to St. Kitts and Nevis as they have pending paperwork for their Caribbean flights. The prime minister of the federation have given his goal REDJet. Will updaate you as soon as we hear of the official word.

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