- As the summer travel season kicks off, Bradley International Airport will open new transportation center and offers tips for a smoother start to a vacation.
- Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines said Wednesday it will add Dallas-Fort Worth in late May as a nonstop destination from Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.
- Breeze Airways announced Tuesday it will add six of the eight new, nonstop destinations in June planned for Bradley International Airport.
- Low-cost Avelo Airlines announced Wednesday it is pushing ahead with an aggressive expansion at Tweed-New Haven Airport, adding four more nonstop routes this spring.
- As the U.S. lifts pandemic-imposed restrictions on travel from Mexico, Canada and most of Europe, it is still likely to be months before international routes flown by Air Canada and Aer Lingus resume at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.
- Wednesday’s maiden flight by start-up Avelo Airlines from Tweed-New Haven Airport ushered in a new era for the nearly century-old airport that has plans to raise its profile in the state’s air transportation network.
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- Just as momentum builds for its expansion, Tweed-New Haven Airport confirmed Thursday that American Airlines has canceled its daily, nonstop service to Philadelphia from the airport.
- Avelo Airlines announced Thursday that it will launch nonstop flights to four Florida destinations in November from Tweed-New Haven Airport.
- Clay Lacy Aviation, a provider of services to privately-owned aircraft at Waterbury-Oxford Airport plans to add 100 jobs in a $20 million expansion.
- Bradley International Airport increases wait times for COVID-19 results at its terminal testing location.
- A dramatic decline in air travel forces major airlines to make cutbacks at two airports in Connecticut,
- Beginning Friday, travelers will be required to fill out a questionnaire as well. Refusing could lead to a $1,000 fine.
- Bradley International Airport said Tuesday it is ramping up safety measures for air travel as it prepares for an anticipated increase in passenger traffic.
- The familiar arts organizations that help to draw 2.5 million visitors to the Berkshires’ green hills each summer have laid the groundwork for extending the cultural riches certainly into fall and more recently through winter and early spring. The dark months of winter are dark no more in the Berkshires, at least in the artistic sense.