National Airlines commenced services between Orlando and Windsor Airport in Canada on 17 December. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony at the Canadian facility is National Airlines’ President and COO Capt. Ed Davidson and Mayor of Windsor, Drew Dilkens.
- National Airlines commenced scheduled operations on the 16 December when it launched a twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays) service between Orlando Sanford (SFB) and San Juan (SJU). A second route then followed on 17 December between the Floridian airport and Windsor (YQG) in Canada, an airport pair which will also operate twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays). Neither of the two routes will face any incumbent carriers and the airline will utilise its 757-200s to both destinations. National Airlines will launch additional routes to Las Vegas, St. Johns and Vancouver in 2016 from its Florida base, with the former two starting before the start of next year’s summer season. See how Orlando Sanford and Windsor airports FTWAs compare to others from around the world.