Bradley International Airport, New England's second-largest airport (Logan in Boston is the Big Daddy), has announced that they're adding to their street cred by adding two international nonstop flights to passengers who want to get the hell out of this brutal Winter and state.

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Last week, the Connecticut Airport Authority announced that Frontier Airlines has added a nonstop flight between Bradley and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The inaugural flight took off last Friday morning, February 18, 2022. The new Frontier flight operates three days a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. The flight from Bradley to San Juan departs at 10:56 AM and lands at 4:23 PM. The flight from San Juan to Bradley departs at 3:56 PM and arrives at 7:31 PM. Frontier also offers nonstop flights from Bradley to Atlanta, Miami, Denver, Orlando, and Raleigh-Durham.

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If you prefer your summer getaway to be a little colder than Connecticut, the CAA just announced yesterday that Air Canada will resume its daily nonstop service between Bradley and Toronto as of June 1, 2022. Air Canada has not flown into Bradley since the Spring of 2020 when the pandemic shut down International travel. The flight between Bradley and Toronto will operate daily, year-round.

And if driving North to Hartford isn't your style and you hate NYC traffic as much as I do, you might want to consider Tweed New Haven Regional Airport, where Avelo Airlines just announced that they are expanding their nonstop service from Tweed to 4 new Southern US cities: Nashville, TN, Savannah, GA, plus Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach, SC.

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