JetBlue Is Adding New Flights to St Thomas, Puerto Rico – Caribbean Journal

JetBlue is launching a Caribbean expansion beginning in August, with new routes to Puerto Rico and the United States Virgin Islands.

Beginning Aug. 6, JetBlue will be operating a new route from Philadelphia to San Juan, Puerto Ricos Luis Muoz Marn International Airport up to once daily, the carrier said this week.

In October, JetBlue will be launching a new route from New Yorks John F. Kennedy International Airport to St Thomas, with up to two weekly flights to the islands Cyril E. King Airport.

Coronavirus has transformed airline route maps, and as we begin to see small signs of recovery, we continue to be flexible with our network plans to respond to demand trends and generate cash in support of our business, said Scott Laurence, head of revenue and planning at JetBlue. Weve selected routes where customers are showing some interest in travel again and where our low fares and award-winning experience will be noticed.

The carrier will be operating both routes on its Airbus A320 aircraft.

It should be noted that both of these are new routes, not relaunched routes.

JetBlue has also announced that it will relaunch service to a pair of airports in Puerto Rico beginning early next month, with relaunched flights both to Aguadillas Rafael Hernndez Airport and Ponces Mercedita International Airport.

Those relaunches come ahead of Puerto Ricos planned reopening for tourism on July 15.

JetBlue has not yet announced where else it will be relaunching flights in the Caribbean.


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