Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Emirates, JetBlue, and Vision Airlines announced new routes

Here are the new routes announced by airline companies recently:
Emirates will give you another option if you need a ride going to and out of Iraq. Starting November, Emirates will be covering the routes between Baghdad and Dubai. By the 13th of November, Emirates will be bringing passengers to these destinations four times every week.
If you don’t feel like driving to Boston or New York and you are from the Nutmeg States, JetBlue has some good news if you want to fly out of the Bradley International Airport just near Hartford. By January 2012, JetBlue will fly nonstop between San Juan and Connecticut. If Puerto Rico is not where you are really going at, getting connecting flights to take you to your getaway paradise will be easy.

Vision Airlines

Vision has been trigger happy with their expansion and the company is doing it again. The airline is planning to bring passengers to Bahamas as early as this November. If all things go as planned, the airline will fly passengers from Richmond, Baltimore, Raleigh, and Fort Lauderdale to the Grand Bahama Island.


Condor popular for their very affordable tickets will be adding more options for people wanting go to and from Seattle or Frankfurt. They will be using their Boeing 767 to bring passengers between the two cities for at least twice a week.


You might want to checking out the flight deals with Frontier Airlines if you have plans of visiting Brandson, Missouri. Between September and December this year, Frontier will be flying Branson-Austin and Branson-Phoenix. The Texas option will come thrice a week while the Arizona flights will fly only during Saturdays.