The 13 Best New International Airline Routes For 2023

With most of the world reopening for leisure travel, more international flight routes are available for travelers to explore hard-to-reach destinations. Here are some of the best non-stop flight options from the United States to Europe, Asia and more.

Delta Air Lines to Tahiti

Most people vacationing in the South Pacific tend to head to Hawaii, Australia, or New Zealand, which are relatively easy to get to. Reaching French Polynesia quickly is harder to get to but offers a legendary experience on islands like Bora Bora and Tahiti.

Now you can fly non-stop from Los Angeles (LAX) to Papeete, Tahiti (PPT) with Delta Air Lines. Flights operate from the mainland on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. You can board a flight operated by Air France.

On a side note, Delta is increasing wages for select workers, including flight attendants.

Delta Air Lines to Rio de Janeiro

Delta resumed service to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in December 2022. Non-stop service is seasonal from Atlanta (ATL) to Rio de Janeiro/GaleĆ£o (GIG). Through its partnership with LATAM, the airline also offers daily flights from New York-JFK and Sao Paulo (GRU).

United Airlines to Dubai

Beginning March 25, 2023, a daily non-stop service will operate from Newark (EWR) to Dubai (DXB). United stopped flying to the United Arab Emirates in 2016. Since the flight can take up to 14 hours and 50 minutes, consider upgrading to Polaris Business Class for more amenities and legroom.

United Airlines to Malaga, Spain

From May 31, 2023, you can enjoy the Mediterranean sun and Andalusian culture of Spain with seasonal flights. United will operate three weekly flights from Newark (EWR) to Malaga (AGR). It will be the only US-based airline to serve this Spanish city non-stop.

United Airlines to Stockholm

United returns to Stockholm for the first time since the pandemic, with seasonal service resuming on May 27, 2023. The non-stop route runs from Newark (EWR) to Stockholm (ARN).

This route was scheduled to begin in 2021 but has been postponed due to various international travel restrictions.

American Airlines to Tokyo

Japan reopened to tourism in late 2022 and airlines are resuming service in the Land of the Rising Sun. American Airlines offers from Dallas-Ft. a non-stop service to Tokyo (HND). Worth (DFW) and Los Angeles (LAX).

American Airlines from Seattle to London

West Coast residents have another non-stop option from the US to London Travelers can book a flight from Seattle (SEA) to London (LHR) for the first time in a few years.

Aer Lingus from Dublin to Cleveland

Cleveland (CLE) will receive its first non-stop transatlantic route on May 19, 2023, when Aer Lingus will begin operating four weekly flights from Dublin, Ireland (DUB).

British Airways from Cincinnati to London

British Airways will offer non-stop service from Cincinnati (CVG) to London (LHR) from 5 June 2023. Passengers can enjoy the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner in three cabin classes (Economy, Premium Economy and Business).

This is the most convenient option for Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio residents who want to avoid connecting through a major airport such as Chicago O’Hare or New York-JFK to reach the United Kingdom.

JetBlue to Paris

JetBlue shakes up its image as a seedy low-cost carrier serving North America and the Caribbean by offering a new service to Paris. Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) will be served by New York-JFK and Boston (BOS) in the summer of 2023.

These transatlantic flights operate on the Airbus A321LR (Long Range) fleet and include the Mint Suite and Studio experiences.

JetBlue to Bermuda

The discount airline will also begin seasonal service from LaGuardia (LGA) in New York to Bermuda (BDA) on May 5, 2023. Non-stop service is also available from JFK, giving New Yorkers more ways to compare flight times and prices.

North Atlantic from New York to Paris

You can find cheap flights from New York to Paris (JFK to CDG) on Norse Atlantic from March 26, 2023. This new international discount airline uses Boeing 787 Dreamliners to offer passengers a choice of economy and premium cabins.

Qantas to New Zealand

Qantas will operate three weekly flights from New York-JFK to Auckland (AKL) in June 2023 using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Final Thoughts

There are several options to enjoy economy or premium service to Europe, Oceania and Asia. It’s also possible to book non-stop seasonal fares to Caribbean and Latin American destinations for sightseeing for the first time in a long time.

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