Now Arriving at BDL Just in Time for Spring and Summer

Excitement is building at Bradley International Airport as we get ready for the return of seasonal airline routes – while welcoming the addition of new routes this spring and summer.

Here are the flights cleared for takeoff at BDL in the coming days and weeks.

New Routes

Breeze Airways
Breeze Airways continues to grow its list of nonstop destinations as it gets ready to mark three years at BDL. The airline will soon begin flying to the following destinations:

  • Myrtle Beach (May 2)
  • Cincinnati (May 2)
  • New Bern, NC (May 24)
  • Greenville-Spartanburg, SC (May 24)
  • Orlando (May 29)

Breeze will also launch service from BDL to San Diego (May 1) and Santa Ana, CA (May 29). These flights are part of the airline’s BreezeThru service, which includes one stop, but passengers do not have to change planes.

Frontier Airlines
On March 7, Frontier launched nonstop service from BDL to Tampa.

Returning Routes

Aer Lingus
Ireland’s flag carrier resumed service between Hartford and Dublin on March 14. Additionally, Aer Lingus allows passengers to connect in Dublin to more than 20 destinations across Europe.

Nonstop service to Los Angeles is back. Starting June 13, JetBlue will once again fly between BDL and LAX.

Spirit Airlines
Nonstop service will resume onboard Spirit Airlines with flights to Myrtle Beach starting April 5 and Orlando on April 10.

Sun Country Airlines
Flights from BDL to Minneapolis take off once again in April, earlier than in prior years.

These routes, combined with all 11 of our airline partners, brings the number of nonstops from BDL to more than 40 destinations.

Bradley International Airport (BDL) invites you to love the journey at New England's second-largest airport. Recognized nationally by leading travel publications for its ease of travel, Bradley International Airport is ready to welcome you with new nonstops, expanded services, and convenient travel. The award-winning airport is operated by the Connecticut Airport Authority, and its operations are entirely self-funded. The airport contributes nearly $3.6 billion to the regional economy.

*Some nonstop flights may operate only during certain time periods of the year (seasonally). For the latest flight information, please visit the airline's website.