ON THE TARMAC

New Nonstop Flights

Forget connecting flights and long layovers: Mainstream and low-fare airlines alike have introduced dozens of new nonstops--like these tempting routes.

By Brad Tuttle, Tuesday, Nov 21, 2006, 12:00 AM

(Newhouse Design)

1. Air Greenland BWI (Baltimore/Washington)-Greenland, $1,094*

2. ATA Ontario, Calif.-Honolulu, $262

3. ATA Oakland-Hilo, $262

4. Continental Newark-Cologne, Germany, $390

5. Delta Atlanta-Venice, $702

6. Delta JFK-Mumbai, $1,230

7. Emirates JFK-Hamburg, $346

8. Etihad Airways JFK-Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, $956

9. EuroFly JFK-Bologna, Italy, $429

10. Flyglobespan Boston-Glasgow, $509 w/taxes*

11. Flyglobespan Orlando/Sanford-Belfast, $535 w/taxes

12. Flyglobespan Orlando/Sanford-Glasgow, $498 w/taxes

13. Frontier Denver-Guadalajara, $198

14. JetBlue JFK-Aruba, $258

15. JetBlue JFK-Bermuda, $198

16. Jetstar Honolulu-Sydney, $620

17. MAXjet Las Vegas-London, $1,398 (in business class)

18. North American Airlines JFK-Accra, Ghana, $986

19. North American Airlines JFK-Lagos, Nigeria, $960

20. Oasis Hong Kong Airlines London-Hong Kong, $278

21. South African Airways Washington/Dulles-Johannesburg, $1,050

22. Spirit Fort Lauderdale-Grand Cayman, $138

23. TAM Airlines Miami-Manaus, Brazil, $978 w/taxes

24. Zoom Toronto-Cardiff, Wales, $317*

25. Zoom Vancouver-Glasgow, $441

All flight prices are based on round trip and, unless noted, don't include taxes and surcharges. The fares listed are the lowest we've seen--but as always with airlines, rates change depending on availability and season. While most of the new routes have daily departures, some fly only a few times a week.

*Flight beginning Spring 2007