WHAT'S NEW: TRANSPORTATION

 


Please check individual websites for complete details as information may change.


NORTH REGION

DRIFTERS Out Post - St. Augustine - The newest and most eco-conscious way to experience St. Augustine. In order to create a more fluid way of visiting downtown, DRIFTERS Rentals has created DRIFTERS Out Post for St. Augustine visitors and locals to use. DRIFTERS Out Post bike-sharing system is the only hub directly connecting local businesses to residents and visitors. Users are able to jump on a bike and visit spots throughout Historic Downtown and the beaches with ease through the smartphone app, Movatic.

Allegiant Non-Stop Flight - Key West - Allegiant announced a nonstop route connecting Key West International Airport (EYW) in Key West, Florida, with Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) beginning June 3, 2021.

CENTRAL REGION

Daytona Beach International Airport - Daytona Beach - American Airlines announced in September 2020 it will add two new seasonal service routes servicing Daytona Beach International Airport: Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Philadelphia (PHL). Both flights will be daily morning service scheduled to begin in December and run through March and offer connections to the many destinations served by American’s Dallas-Fort Worth and Philadelphia hubs. Passengers will be able to select business and economy class seats.

SOUTHERN REGION

Southwest Airline SQR Hub - Sarasota - Southwest Airline has announced Sarasota- Bradenton International Airport as a new hub starting in Q1 2021.

Allegiant Non-Stop Flight - St. Pete - Allegiant announced a nonstop route connecting St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) and Portsmouth, New Hampshire via Portsmouth International Airport (PSM) beginning June 2, 2021. 

Allegiant Non-Stop Flight - Punta Gorda - Allegiant announced a nonstop route connecting Punta Gorda Airport (PGD) and Rapid City, SD via Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP).

Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) - Fort Myers - The destination is quickly becoming more accessible with 14 new direct flight routes to Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers. In addition to Alaska Airlines’ new direct service from West Coast markets Los Angeles (LAX) and Seattle (SEA), airlines including JetBlue, Southwest and United have also announced flights from New York, Cleveland, Boston, Raleigh, Pittsburgh, Orlando, Louisville, Columbus, Indianapolis and Milwaukee. RSW now provides nonstop service to 49 destinations by 11 airlines, with additional flights and destinations to be added as demand increases.