Direct Flights to Florida's Historic Coast

It’s non-stop fun from the Northeast to the sunny beaches of Florida's Historic Coast!

August 17, 2021

It just got a whole lot easier to get from the New York City area and Portland, Maine to St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra, Florida’s Historic Coast. Elite Airways is now offering nonstop jet service between Portland International Jetport – PMW to Northeast Florida Regional Airport - UST in St. Augustine. This is in addition to existing direct flights from Newark Liberty International Airport - EWR to Northeast Florida Regional Airport - UST in St. Augustine, serving the tri-state area and New York City.

The new direct service between Portland, Maine and St. Augustine, Florida starts March 26 and will operate on Saturdays traveling southbound and Sundays going northbound. Tickets start at $199 each way for Portland/St. Augustine.

Elite’s existing service between Newark and St. Augustine will add a third day of flights from late March through mid-May then return to twice weekly flights throughout the summer. Currently, these flights depart Newark on Mondays and Fridays at 11:30 a.m., arriving in St. Augustine at 1:45 p.m. Returning flights from St. Augustine depart on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8:00 a.m., arrive in Newark at 10:30 a.m. Tickets start at $129 each way for Newark/St. Augustine.

Tickets are available for both Newark and Portland at 877-393-2510 and www.EliteAirways.com.

Elite Airways - Direct flights to St. Augustine | Ponte Vedra

With direct, non-stop flights from popular spots in the northeast to the welcoming warmth of Florida’s Historic Coast and its historic landmarks, golf resorts and pristine beaches, your getaway in the sun couldn’t be more fun and easier!

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St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra are just a stone’s throw from Jacksonville and Daytona Beach. And with more major airlines offering non-stop air service to Jacksonville International Airport and Daytona Beach International Airport from some of the most popular cities, it’s never been easier to get where you want to be. More flights, more often, means more fun in the sun. Take a look at what’s ahead and beyond.

SILVER AIRWAYS Silver Airways now provides non-stop, twice a week flights from New Orleans, Greenville-Spartanburg, and Ft. Lauderdale to Jacksonville.

AMERICAN AIRLINES In addition to non-stop flights from Charlotte, Washington D.C. (Reagan), Dallas, Miami, Chicago (O’Hare), and Philadelphia, American Airlines offers daily non-stop service to and from Dallas/Fort Worth, as well as Philadelphia, to Daytona Beach, making it just a little easier to get to Florida’s Historic Coast.

JETBLUE JetBlue now has non-stop daily flights between Los Angeles and Jacksonville. New daily non-stop flights will begin in September between Austin, Texas, and Jacksonville, in addition to non-stop flights from Boston, Newark, Ft. Lauderdale, and New York (JFK and LGA) to Jacksonville.

DELTA Delta Air Lines offers non-stop flights from Atlanta, Boston, Detroit, New York (JFK), and New York (LaGuardia) to Jacksonville.

FRONTIER AIRLINES Frontier Airlines currently offers non-stop flights from Philadelphia and Denver to Jacksonville, and offers three non-stop weekly flights between San Juan, Puerto Rico to Jacksonville.

ALLEGIANT AIRLINES Allegiant offers non-stop flights from Cincinnati, Columbus and Pittsburg, Nashville, Grand Rapids and Flint, Michigan and Washington DC (Dulles)

UNITED AIRLINES Fly United non-stop from Denver, Newark, Washington DC (Dulles), Houston and Chicago (O’Hare) to Jacksonville.

SOUTHWEST Southwest’s non-stop flights are scheduled from Atlanta, Nashville, Baltimore, Dallas, Washington DC (Reagan), Denver, Houston, Chicago (Midway) and St. Louis to Jacksonville.

SUN COUNTRY AIRLINES Sun Country offers direct flights to Minneapolis - St. Paul (MSP)

BREEZE AIRWAYS Breeze Airways will begin offering direct flights to Richmond (May 19); Columbus, New Orleans, Providence, and Norfolk (May 27); Hartford (June 3); and Las Vegas (August 5).

Don’t wait! Check for tickets and best fares now to plan for your next visit to Florida’s Historic Coast.