JetBlue has officially launched its newest expansion of service in the Caribbean region.
The New York City-based carrier has begun operating two additional daily flights between Fort Lauderdale and Nassau, Bahamas.
The service, which launched at the beginning of the month, represents the latest addition for what has become the fastest-growing air carrier in the Caribbean.
The new flights mean a total of five flights per day between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport, up from three flights a day previously.
The new flights include an early 7:52 AM outbound flight from Fort Lauderdale, which could significantly help connections to the Out Islands of the Bahamas through Nassau.
JetBlue’s 2016 Caribbean push has seen the addition of new Mint Cabin service on flights to destinations including Aruba, Barbados, St Maarten and Grenada, expanded service to destinations like Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic and new routes to destinations including Barbados.