Airlines cutting Florida flights again thanks to recent COVID surge.

This week several airlines pulled down flights to Florida this fall and winter with COVID once again raging.

This week jetBlue removed flights from Fort Lauderdale to the Pacific Northwest from its reservation system until the holiday season. Fort Lauderdale-Portland won’t operate until early-January, Fort Lauderdale-Seattle won’t return until mid-December. In addition jetBlue cut frequencies on a number of other flights in and out of Fort Lauderdale for October and November.

Lufthansa has completely cut Tampa-Frankfurt nonstop service until mid-December.

American zeroed out Miami-Montreal service for November.

Flair Airlines has pushed back its launch of Fort Lauderdale-Montreal service, originally scheduled for October until next year. Flair’s Fort Lauderdale-Toronto nonstops have been pushed back to a December start date.

Flair has pushed its start date for Sanford-Montreal service back from October to January.

Delta has cut back frequencies on nonstops from Fort Lauderdale to Raleigh/Durham and Los Angeles for the remainder of 2021.

TUIFly has cancelled permanently Miami-Brussels nonstops service.

Virgin Atlantic has cut Manchester-Orlando service to once weekly during September.

One positive note – Sunwing will resume Fort Lauderdale-Montreal nonstop service in December. The route was last flown before COVID.

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