Even though your summer vaycay is still yet to happen, there’s no reason to stop your travel planning now. And if your vacation plans also include fab fall or winter family getaways, check out the new airline routes you’ll want to fly!
Whether you want to fly internationally or have domestic daydreams, it looks like some of the major airlines have fall flights to some pretty desirable destinations. While some of the new routes aren’t slated to start until 2020, it’s never too early to start fantasizing about the future.
Tokyo-bound travelers will have plenty of new options, including 12 new flights to Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport from the United States. Each new route is expected to start before the 2020 Summer Olympics.
According to Travel and Leisure, the Department of Transportation recently approved the new routes, including daily flights on American Airlines from Dallas Fort Worth and Los Angeles International Airport (in 2020). Delta will add flights to Haneda from Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Portland and Honolulu. United will also add routes, with a tentative approval for nonstop flights from Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington Dulles.
If Taipei, Taiwan is on your to-visit list, EVA Air’s Hello Kitty Hand-in-hand Jet will start flying from San Francisco on Oct. 27 twice a week. The airline will ramp up the schedule to three days a week beginning Dec. 1.
Domestic travelers flying out of Boston’s Logan International Airport can take advantage of an increased route schedule from the northeastern city to warm, sunny Miami, Orlando, Fort Meyers, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach starting Dec. 21.
Featured photo: EVA Airways via Instagram