There were several exciting flight routes announced last year for spring of 2019, but as we all know, airlines from all over the world announce and add on new routes constantly. Whether it’s just for the season (hello, summer travel), or something more permanent, we are always looking forward to seeing where else we can go to that doesn’t require us switching planes mid-way.
With that said, let’s take a look at what this fall/winter has for us in terms of new flight routes provided by some of the world’s largest carriers such as LATAM Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Air India and American Airlines to name a few.
September 2019: Singapore Airlines begins nonstop service between Seattle (SEA) and Singapore (SIN) three times a week, and then will increase it to four times a week in October. Moreover, South African Airways will start a nonstop between Johannesburg (JNB) and Guangzhou (CAN). Hainan Airlines was supposed to launch their nonstop flight between Chengdu (CTU) and Chicago (ORD) in June but has now moved it to this September.
December 2019: Delta Air Lines will begin nonstop service between New York (JFK) and Mumbai (BOM). Passengers flying in business class on this route will be able to experience the new Delta One suite.
Winter 2019: The exact month hasn’t yet been revealed but ANA All Nippon Airways will begin its nonstop, daily service between Narita (NRT) to Chennai, India (MAA) in the winter.
September 2019: Air India will begin nonstop flights between Delhi and Toronto three times a week.
December 2019: United Airlines will start nonstop service between Newark (EWR) and Cape Town (CPT), with flights three times a week.
September 2019: Air India will start a nonstop flight between Delhi (DEL) and Toronto (YYZ) three times a week.
December 2019: LATAM Airlines was supposed to launch their nonstop flights between Lima (LIM) and Montego Bay (MBJ) this July, however, the launch of this route has been extended to the end of the year.
September 2019: ANA All Nippon Airways will begin its daily service between Narita (NRT) and Perth (PER).