Bermuda Flights Guide
The island nation of Bermuda, known for its offshore insurance economy, is found north of the Caribbean, and on the same latitudinal lines as North Carolina. Commonly understood as being the northern point of the Bermuda Triangle, the small British territory has more to offer than frightening stories of aircraft disappearance. 180 islands make up the archipelago, and the inhabited ones are distinguishable by their brilliant white roofs.
Bermuda’s capital is Hamilton, a town of no more than 2,000 souls. It is, however, the major financial center, where business has played out and made local residents into some of the richest people in the world. Hamilton has an attractive seafront, and the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is quite nice. Fort Hamilton has prim grass for sitting and admiring the views while taking in a bit of local history. Bermuda is known also for its unique pink sand beaches that sink clearly into crystal blue water. Visitors come for the perfect snorkeling, and dive companies take tourists to the many wrecks out on the reef. The old capital of Bermuda is Saint George’s, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where everything is small, quaint, and colonial, and where there are plenty of museums and rare sights to soak up.
L.F. Wade International Airport is the only air hub, served by US Airways, JetBlue, United, WestJet, Delta, American, British Airways and Air Canada.
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- Bermuda, Bermuda connects to 12 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Bermuda is 761 miles to New York on American Airlines.
- The longest flight from Bermuda is 3435 miles to London on British Airways.
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