If you’re looking to head over to Iceland there’s another option coming sooner than later. Icelandair is getting ready to start up some nonstop flights out of New Jersey, as the plan is to head between Newark Liberty International Airport and Reykjavik beginning on October 28, 2013.
This new option will supplement service that already does its thing out of New York-JFK, as the Newark flights will fly on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. If you’re ready to go just remember that Icelandair allows a stopover in Iceland, so it might be a good idea to bop over to another spot in Europe as well.
It’s finally time to start heading over to Albuquerque, as JetBlue is filling up its planes for service that’s scheduled to start-up this Monday—April 22. The flights will head between John F. Kennedy International and Albuquerque International Sunport.
They're set to do their thing all year long, and there will be a flight back and forth in each direction. It’s a late departure out of New York-JFK, as things are set to fly out towards New Mexico beginning at around 8:25pm local time. If you’re heading back to New York it’s an overnight flight leaving Albuquerque just before midnight, and it’s set to arrive back at JFK at around 6am local time the next day—so be prepared to grab a coffee.
· American Airlines:
We knew this one was getting ready to hit the skies, but early this week was the very first flight for American Airlines and their latest new route. Nonstop flights are now heading back and forth between Chicago-O’Hare and Düsseldorf, Germany.
Boeing 767-300s are doing the flying fun, as passengers are spread across 28 business class seats and 184 back in the main cabin. The new flight—it’s American Airlines 242—is scheduled to do its thing from Chicago around 3:35pm local time, and then after a whole bunch of time in the air it’ll arrive over in Düsseldorf at around 7am local time the following day.