United Airlines will not operate Newark-Bermuda service between Dec. 3 and April 2, due to lack of demand.
The airline will launch a weekly nonstop flight between Chicago O'Hare and Belize on Dec. 20, the first nonstop service between the two points. The seasonal service will run through early May 2015.
Daily service on the Newark-Bermuda route will resume April 3. Customers with bookings on the affected flights will be offered alternative travel plans or refunds.
American, Delta and JetBlue serve Bermuda during the winter from the New York market. Delta recently confirmed that it will continue its JFK service year round, and starting in November, the carrier will offer a morning departure out of New York and an afternoon return, according to Bermuda Tourism Minister Shawn Crockwell.