The Bermuda-based airline just launched two new routes to the United States. And we’re celebrating that with flights starting at $99.

VamudAir’s new routes from Orlando and Baltimore will open in March.

Bermuda-based airline Bermuda Airways will soon fly to Baltimore, and Orlando is holding a flight sale to celebrate.

Bamud Air, which launched last year, will serve travelers from the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) starting March 18, taking them directly to the island. Shortly after her March 26th, visitors will be able to take direct flights to Bermuda from Orlando International Airport (MCO).

To help you secure your ticket to paradise, the airline is offering one-way fares starting at $99 from the U.S. and $199 from Bermuda through January 31st. Travel must take place between February 1 and June 30, 2024.

Flights from Bermuda to BWI operate on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. MCO flights operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

“We are pleased with the overall performance of our existing routes and expect the addition of these new routes to support our continued growth,” said Adam, founder and CEO. Scott spoke exclusively to Travel + Leisure. “This expansion demonstrates our commitment to meeting the needs of our passengers and strategically improving our service delivery based on continuous feedback and evaluation from the market. This is an important step in raising the level of reach.”

According to a press release shared with T+L, Vamud Air will operate Embraer E175 aircraft on these routes, with a dual-class cabin of 14 business and 52 economy seats. Baumud Air says it is committed to first-class customer service in both cabins, and travelers will have access to complimentary food and beverage service (including alcohol).

In the fall, the company announced the introduction of aisle class, a strategic shift away from the all-business class model it had originally introduced. Scott exclusively told Travel + Leisure that although the model’s fitment on its aircraft has stalled somewhat, Baumudo Air expects to be able to offer the model to passengers this year.

“While supply chain challenges remain, our aisle class is scheduled to launch in 2024,” he said. “It will be integrated into aircraft operating these new destinations and existing routes.” This further strengthens Baumdo Air’s commitment to exceptional flight comfort and convenience. ” BaumudoAir already operates flights from Westchester County Airport (HPN), Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL). In addition to these new routes, the company said it is also introducing freight service to its Bermuda-Boston route and will soon add freight service to its Westchester and Fort Lauderdale routes.