The prospect of
has provided a glimmer of hope for travel next year. And later this year, United Airlines will be increasing its frequency of non-stop service to Belize, first reported by Тrоріс Аіr. Travel to the Caribbean has seen a slow increase in the wake of COVID-19, which has been a region central to carriers’ strategies to tap into pockets of holiday demand before a vaccine makes its way around the world.
An Increase in Flight Service
Non-stop flight service from five (5) destinations will reportedly be increasing as of November 2021. While some flights are seasonal, United currently arrived in Belize weekly. Non-stop flights to be increased are:
increasing to four (4) times per week. Flights will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
increasing to two (2) times per week. Flights will now be on Saturdays
- New York/Newark-Belize increasing to four (4) times per week. Flights will be on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
increasing to two (2) times per week. Flights will be on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Houston (IAH)-Belize increasing to 14 times per week. Flights will be twice daily.
Flying time from Denver is four hours, four hours from Newark, four hours from Chicago, two and a half from Houston, and five hours from Los Angeles. Tickets are now available for booking, through to mid-December 2021, on
As of reopening, travelers to Belize can take advantage of three additional routes by United; non-stop flights to Belize from New York/Newark (EWR),
, and Chicago (ORD) all resume on December 19. While United currently arrives from Houston (IAH), the airline will offer COVID-19 pre-flight testing for Houston-Belize passengers starting this month. And as of January 9, United Airlines will be
inaugurating its non-stop direct flight from Los Angeles (LAX)
for Saturday-only weekly service.