Illinois Airport adds nonstop flights to international cities

Chicago-Rockford International Airport just announced the addition of more international destinations, after recently adding nonstop flights to popular U.S. locations.

Nonstop flights to Los Angeles from Rockford begin soon

In February of this year, it was announced that a new nonstop route to LAX from RFD would begin in June, and that month has arrived.

The first direct one-way flights to Los Angeles were offered for just $79 when the Allegiant route was announced, and the first flight from Screw City to the City of Angels is scheduled to take place next Wednesday, June 12.

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Allegiant also added direct flights to the music city of Nashville, Tennessee, where flights from Rockford began last month (May).

More direct flights to tropical international destinations are coming to RFD

Traveling to the warm tropics from Rockford just got a lot easier with the announcement that more nonstops to international cities from RFD will begin in 2025.

According to the Chicago-Rockford International Airport press release, the new direct flights will be offered by Apple Vacations, Funjet Vacations and Travel Impressions.

The Rockford market is excited about travel – it’s something we listen to, advocate for, and work tirelessly on so RFD can bring more great travel options to our community. We hope to offer more destinations in the coming years, – RFD Executive Director Zack Oakley

Starting in 2025, nonstop flights will begin from Rockford to these international cities:

Starting January 24, 2025, fly direct from Rockford to Costa Rica on Fridays.

Starting in January 2025, you can fly direct from Rockford to Cancun on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

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Direct flights to the DR begin on January 26, 2025 and operate on Thursdays and Sundays.

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