Tweed New Haven is embarking on a $70 million privately funded expansion, with a new four-gate 74,000 square-foot terminal and daily service from a new airline.
Request For Qualifications – National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Consulting Services in Connection with Terminal & Runway Expansion Program at Tweed New Haven Airport
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Airports Council International (ACI) awarded three Tri-State airports — Albany International, Westchester County, and Tweed New Haven airports — with the organization’s highest health recognition. Avports provides management services for these three airport’s facilities. These health accreditations underscore efforts by local governments and Avports in New York and Connecticut to keep travelers and workers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tweed-New Haven Airport announced that American Airlines will resume daily commercial air service in New Haven starting in two weeks on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.
“We are excited to welcome American Airlines back to New Haven. 2020 has been a challenging year for aviation but we are confident that good things are ahead for both Tweed and air travel in 2021 and we look forward to working with our partners at American to meet the needs of our passengers as they begin to travel once again,” said Tweed-New Haven Executive Director Sean Scanlon.
American Airlines will offer daily service between New Haven and Philadelphia and customers can begin buying tickets for the new flight on Sunday, December 27th. Scanlon reminded customers that from Philadelphia they can access over 70 destinations.
“The greatest thing we offer here at Tweed is convenience and our small size means that you can literally park your car, get through security and be sitting at your gate within the span of a few steps and minutes,” said Scanlon. “If that kind of service meets your needs, fly Tweed.”
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