Bermuda Wade (BDA) Airport

Bermuda Wade BDA Airport Overview

Bermuda Wade International Airport BDA serves the island chain of Bermuda (a U.K. overseas territory). It is gateway for sun-seekers from Europe and North America to Bermuda's beaches, resorts and hotels. The Airport is 560 miles east of Cape Hatteras, and a mere 2-hour flight from New York.

BDA  Airport  is located near Castle Harbor, 10 miles east of its capital city of Hamilton, St. George's Parish.

With a long runway, and close to 1M passengers a year, L.F. Wade International Airport is served by a number of major international airlines offering direct and connecting flights all over the world. 

NOTE:   Peak travel hours are 11am-2pm.
- With a choice of checking in on-line, using self-service kiosks or the check-in counter at the Airport -  note that self-service kiosks - accessible with any major credit or debit card - automatically calculate customs duty in a number of different currencies.
- Passengers are required to check in two hours before their scheduled departure. 
- Peak hours at the Airport are between 11am and 2pm.
- The airport offers U.S. Customs and Immigration pre-clearance (tel. (41) 293--8127), which means U.S.-bound passengers clear Customs in Bermuda; flights arriving in the U.S. from Bermuda are therefore treated as domestic flights.
- Customs : If you have goods to declare, use the red channel - if not, use the green channel.
- Bermuda Immigration: tel. 441-293-2542; HM Customs 442 293-2424.
- Lost & Found:  e-mail dao@gov.bm or tel. 441 293 2470.

 L.F. Wade International Airport has one passenger terminal. 

Present and future Airport developments
: A new  $200M PassengerTerminal was to get 'under way by the end of 2015' - bringing much-needed jobs to the area. However, as many Bermudians (collective owners of the Airport) point out that Bermuda 'can harldly afford a new terminal' and others suggest renovations on current terminal - the final decision is dragging on....  On July 4, 2016, the Government released a live video 'On Borrowed Time' - available that night to all of Bermuda's citizens (who jointly own the Airport) - making them aware of the critical need to upgrade airport.

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