This spring, the Icelandic airline Play began flying between the USA and Iceland. Service has already began between Baltimore and Boston to Reykjavík, with continued flights to Dublin, Prague and nearly two dozen European cities. Flights to and from Latest York Stewart International Airport, an hour’s drive from Manhattan in Latest Windsor, N.Y., are expected to start this month. If you ought to try how much baggage fees or seat assignments may cost — and even pay in your ticket — you’ll have to register for an account with an email address.
Other recent international carriers include Zipair, a Tokyo-based airline offering every day nonstop flights to Tokyo from Los Angeles and Honolulu (once every day after July 16). But unlike many other low-cost carriers, Zipair has a separate business class cabin on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet with lie-flat seats. These seats can start as little as $900 one-way, in comparison with the business-class tickets on established carriers that may easily top $3,000 each way.
And Arajet, a low-cost carrier within the Dominican Republic, plans to start operations in July with a fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 jets. With a base in Santo Domingo, the airline expects to serve destinations in the USA, Brazil and Colombia, but a route map has not yet been announced.
Latest domestic options throughout the country
Avelo Airlines began service last April, with nonstop flights to greater than 30 U.S. destinations from hubs in Burbank, Calif., Latest Haven, Conn., and Orlando. As with many other low-cost carriers, Avelo’s flights are usually not scheduled every day. Tickets on its newest routes, including Baltimore to Orlando and Burbank to Denver, start at $29 each way.
Breeze Airways, founded by the previous chief executive of JetBlue, David Neeleman, began operations in May 2021. The Utah-based airline serves greater than 30 U.S. destinations, including airports in Westchester County in Latest York, Louisville, Ky., and Charleston, S.C., and stresses its “point-to-point” single-route system — as a substitute of the standard hub-and-spoke model — as a traveler profit.
In May, the airline also announced that it will begin nonstop service between Jacksonville, Fla., and eight cities, including Latest Orleans and Las Vegas. Fares start at $49 each way. For those who’re accustomed to calling customer support to buy, change or cancel flights, you’re out of luck; the airline only responds to requests by email, text or through Facebook.
Aha! — which stands for air, hotel and adventure — is a brand operated by the regional airline ExpressJet Airlines. It offers nonstop flights from its Reno, Nev., hub to 10 West Coast destinations, including Palm Springs, Calif., and Spokane, Wash.