Lynx Air (Lynx) has announced its expansion into the United States, with the addition of Orlando, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Las Vegas to its network.
Orlando will be Lynx’s first US destination, with flights taking off from Toronto starting on January 27, 2023. Lynx’s US network will continue to expand over the following weeks, with the launch of services out of the Calgary gateway to Phoenix on February 7, 2023, Los Angeles on February 16, 2023, and Las Vegas on February 24, 2023. At that point, Lynx will be operating 5,292 seats per week to and from the United States from its Toronto and Calgaryhubs.
Lynx’s US schedule:
Round Trip Market
Toronto, ON to Orlando, FL
January 23, 2023
Calgary, AB to Phoenix, AZ
February 7, 2023
Calgary, AB to Los Angeles, CA
February 16, 2023
Calgary, AB to Las Vegas, NV
February 24, 2023
Please note that dates are subject to change. Visit the website for full schedule details.
* Available for a limited time; fares are accurate at the time of release and include taxes and fees; fares vary by destination and date.
PLAY has announced its acceleration into the U.S. market with new winter routes connecting Orlando International Airport and Berlin, Dublin, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, London, and Paris via Iceland. Despite launching during the pandemic, PLAY has managed to grow quickly, and Florida is an important foothold for PLAY as a global tourist destination.
PLAY will start the Keflavik – Orlando route on September 30, 2022.
PLAY issued this announcement:
PLAY airlines has launched its ticket sales to Orlando, Florida in the U.S. PLAY´s first flight to Orlando will be September 30. PLAY will operate flights to Orlando International Airport three times a week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and from Orlando International Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Orlando will be PLAY´s fourth destination in the U.S. The other three destinations are Boston, Baltimore/Washington DC and New York, all starting in Spring/Summer 2022.
PLAY will be adding Airbus A321neo Long Range (LR) aircraft to its fleet, making it possible to operate flights to Orlando. PLAY uses the standard model of the Airbus A321neo, but the Airbus A321neo LR is the same aircraft with more fuel capacity and, therefore, capable of flying further than PLAY’s existing Airbus A321s.
Frontier Airlines today began weekly nonstop flights between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU) in Antigua and Barbuda. The new service marks the only nonstop flight option between the two highly popular destinations.
New Route via V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU):
Aer Lingus will re-start its direct service from Dublin to Orlando today, Saturday, November 27.
From this weekend, Dublin to Orlando will operate three flights per week to connect families, friends, and business in the run up to the holiday period. This weekly schedule of direct flights to Orlando will fly on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
El Al Israel Airlines will operate summer seasonal flights next summer on the Tel Aviv – Orlando route. The seasonal route will operate weekly with Boeing 787-9 aircraft from July 2 through August 20, 2019 according to Airline Route.
Top Copyright Photo (all others by the airline): El Al Israel Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner 4X-EDH (msn 38085) LHR (SPA). Image: 945322.