Air Service to Key West Takes Off
Seat capacity is increasing from several major cities.
Airline seat capacity is increasing on flights between several major cities and Key West International Airport (EYW), which is currently undergoing a major Concourse A expansion to be completed by summer 2025. JetBlue Airways has resumed nonstop service to EYW from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) on 140-seat Airbus A220-300 aircraft, with nonstop daily service scheduled to begin in January. American Airlines just added a second daily nonstop flight to EYW from Washington D.C.’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) on a 76-seat Embraer 175. Additionally, Delta Air Lines has resumed its nonstop winter seasonal flight to EYW from New York City’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA) on a 70-seat Embraer 170. United Airlines is now offering two daily nonstop flights to EYW from Newark Liberty International Airport (ERW): one on a Boeing 737-700 and one on a 70-seat Embraer 170. Additionally, on Dec. 21 United is to begin operating daily nonstop flights to EYW on 126-seat Boeing 737-700 aircraft from Chicago O’Hare (ORD), Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental (IAH), and Washington D.C.’s Dulles International Airport (IAD), replacing its 70-seat Embraer 170 aircraft on those three routes.
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