PLAYAirlines, the first U.S.-based airline with a focus on gaming and esports has announced that it will be adding its third US airport location, in partnership with Nashville International Airport (BNA). With this new destination at BNA, PLAY will now offer service to 18 cities across 8 states.
The “play airlines uniform” is a new addition to the airline’s fleet. The company plans on adding a third US airport in 2019.
PLAY Airlines, a low-cost airline that flies between the US and Iceland, was due to announce the addition of a third US airport today morning, February 1.
PLAY will fly a trans-Atlantic route from Stewart International Airport in the Town of New Windsor to Reykjavik, Iceland, according to a press statement from the airline. Passengers can connect to 22 European destinations from there, including Alicante, Spain, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bologna, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Gothenburg, Sweden, Gran Canaria, Spain, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Malaga, Spain, Mallorca, Spain, Paris, Prague, Salzburg, Austria, Stavanger, Norway, Stuttgart, Tenerife, Spain, and Trondheim, Norway.
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Stewart International, a converted military airport in Orange County that just finished a $30 million international terminal extension, located roughly 70 miles north of New York City.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey manages the airport, which is near to NYC suburbs in northern New Jersey, eastern Connecticut, and the New York counties of Rockland, Westchester, and Putnam. The Port Authority of New York had hoped that Stewart would become the city’s fourth major airport, but that has yet to happen.
Stewart used to be able to fly domestically with American, Delta, and JetBlue, as well as trans-Atlantic with Norwegian Air. All, however, departed the airport after curtailing routes or, in the case of Norwegian Air, shutting down operations during the epidemic.
That, though, might change. PLAY would be the fourth airline and second international carrier at Stewart if it were to be reduced to to one carrier. Norse Airlines gained conditional clearance from the Department of Transportation in mid-January to commence service between Stewart and Oslo, Norway, however no firm date has been set.
Frontier Airlines started thrice-weekly service from Stewart to Miami, Orlando, and Tampa in October. Seasonal service to Daytona Beach, Orlando, Myrtle Beach, Savannah, Tampa, St. Pete/Clearwater, and Punta Gorda/Fort Myers is also available via Allegiant Air.
PLAY will begin service from Stewart on June 9, after the launch of service from Boston Logan International Airport and Baltimore/Washington International Airports later this spring.
PLAY is providing a special introductory pricing of $109 on U.S. departure flights through February 7 to honor the launch of its service from New York.
The “play airlines fleet” is a new addition to the airline. The company will be adding a third US airport, which is expected to open in 2019.
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