Tampa Worldwide Airport’s enterprise isn’t so high-flying merely at current, with a passenger agency in July down 68 p.c from the sooner 12 months.Nonetheless the airport does have some good news for vacationers, contained contained within the form of 15 new and returning direct flights this fall — along with a complete lot of to fascinating markets like New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.United Airways, which has warned as pretty lots as 36,000 workers nationally of layoffs starting in October — along with 109 at Tampa Worldwide Airport — will launch four new nonstop flights to and from Tampa in November and December.The airline will launch flights to and from Boston, Cleveland and New York’s LaGuardia Airport starting Nov. 6. It’s going to start out out a nonstop path to Milwaukee Dec. 17.The model new routes will just about double the number of direct United areas out of Tampa. At current, the service flies direct from Tampa solely to hubs in Newark, N.J.; Washington, D.C.; Chicago; Houston and Denver.Airline passengers put collectively to look at in on the tram for Airside A all by means of the landslide terminal at Tampa Worldwide Airport (TIA) on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020, in Tampa. [ DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times ]All by means of the midst of the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority’s Aug. 6 board meeting, Chris Minner, the airport’s govt vp of communications, talked about airways defend “relatively bullish on Tampa,” and that the airport was dropping seats at a lower price than totally totally fully completely totally completely completely different predominant airports spherical Florida.“We’re starting to see slight recovery back to growth again,” he talked about.Related: Tampa airport planning workers buyouts, ‘three to 4 years’ for recoveryUnited isn’t the one service planning to pump sources into Tampa Worldwide Airport this fall.In November, Alaska Airways will add new nonstop routes to Los Angeles and San Francisco, giving Tampa vacationers one totally fully completely totally completely completely different direct hazard for what are traditionally Delta routes.“That would introduce new competition between those two carriers,” Minner talked about. “The west coast is going to see more traffic than we’ve ever seen.”JetBlue this month launched new direct flights to Philadelphia, and may introduce new routes to Windfall, R.I.; New York’s LaGuardia; and Washington, D.C.‘s Reagan Nationwide Airport on Oct. 1. Frontier Airways will begin direct routes to Albany, N.Y. on Dec. 17.A Frontier Airways passenger airplane, related, taxis near an American Airways airplane, left, and at Tampa Worldwide Airport (TIA) on Friday, Aug. 14, 2020, in Tampa. [ DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times ]Delta this month resumed direct flights from Tampa to Cincinnati, whereas Southwest resumed its direct path to Phoenix. Southwest will resume flights to Louisville, Ky. and Albany, N.Y. on Saturday.“We anticipate we will see additional routes starting later in the year,” talked about airport spokesman Danny Valentine, “but airlines are still finalizing schedules and it’s too early to say with certainty.”Hillsborough County Aviation Authority executives remaining week projected it may take three or four years for the airport to get as shortly as further to its widespread pre-pandemic enterprise. For the fiscal 12 months ending in September, they’re projecting a 40 p.c year-over-year drop in passenger agency, and an just about $75 million shortfall in earnings.