Electricity, Phone, Internet, TV, Radio, Public Transportation, Banking, Postal and Other Services in Bermuda
Public transportations in the country are buses, railways, taxis and ferries. L.F. Wade International Airport is the country’s international airport, the only airport operating in Bermuda. It is situated in the parish of St. George's and 16 km east of Hamilton. L.F. Wade International Airport managed almost 900,000 travelers in 2006. It has 1 traveler terminal, 1 cargo terminal and 8 aircrafts. The British Airways' Boeing 777-200s is the largest aircraft. The airlines which operate in the country are USA3000 Airlines (Baltimore, seasonal); US Airways (Boston, Charlotte , Orlando, Philadelphia, Washington-Reagan); Northwest Airlines (Detroit, seasonal); JetBlue Airways (Boston, New York-JFK); Delta Air Lines (Atlanta, Boston); Continental Airlines (Newark); British Airways (London-Gatwick); American Airlines (Miami, New York-JFK) and Air Canada (Halifax, Toronto-Pearson).
The 2 major television broadcasting companies in the country include DeFontes Broadcasting Ltd. (VSB) and Bermuda Broadcasting Company (BBC). The BBC is a private company and operates ZBM TV (Channel 9) and ZFB TV (Channel 7). VSB manage the VSB TV (Channel 11). The main radio broadcasting companies are BBC (controls Power 95, ZBM AM, ZFB AM, and ZBM FM 89) and VSB (controls VSB 2, VSB 3, Mix 106 and 1450 Gold).
Other ways of communication in the country include Internet (Internet cafes are accessible in the city of Hamilton and Town of St. George and in most hotels in the country), post, mobile telephone (most international cellular phone companies offers roaming agreements), press (newspapers include The Mid-Ocean News, The Bermuda Sun and The Royal Gazette) and telephone (1441 is the country code).