US low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways has added four new routes to the Caribbean, increasing the options for passengers seeking to fly from Florida to the island nations.
The new routes are from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Montego Bay, Jamaica; Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago; and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The carrier has also launched nonstop service from Newark Liberty International Airport to Santiago, Dominican Republic.
JetBlue now serves 29 destinations from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood. It also serves Newark with flights to Boston, Florida and Puerto Rico.
“We now offer customers 69 nonstop routes from the US to the Caribbean and more than 200 daily flights to, from and within the Caribbean, which is more than any other airline,” JetBlue stated in a press release.
Destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean now make up almost one-third of JetBlue‘s route network. The carrier serves 27 destinations in the region, including: Aruba; the Bahamas (Nassau); Barbados; Bermuda; Cayman Islands (Grand Cayman); Colombia (Bogota, Medellin and Cartagena); Costa Rica (Liberia and San Jose); Dominican Republic (La Romana, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Samana, Santiago and Santo Domingo); Jamaica (Kingston and Montego Bay); Mexico (Cancun); Puerto Rico (Aguadilla, Ponce and San Juan); St. Croix; Saint Lucia; St. Maarten; St. Thomas; and Turks and Caicos (Providenciales).