JetBlue Airways is ramping up its service to several Caribbean destinations this summer, including hotspots like Aruba and Cancun.
As part of the company’s “Northeast Alliance” with American Airlines, JetBlue will be ramping up its service from New York-John F. Kennedy International Airport to the Caribbean.
That will include up to four daily flights from New York to Aruba, and up to four daily flights from New York to Cancun on the Caribbean coast of Mexico.
““A new year brings new opportunities for the Northeast Alliance to add more JetBlue flying in New York and Boston and to deliver on the customer benefits we’ve promised since first announcing this innovative partnership,” said Joanna Geraghty, president and chief operating officer, JetBlue. “As we look ahead to 2022, the NEA is poised to deliver incredible growth, which will bring more of our award-winning service and low fares to travelers in the Northeast as, together with American, we create a true third competitor in the region.”
JetBlue will also be ramping up service to Jamaica, with up to four daily flights from JFK to Montego Bay and up to five daily flights from New York to Kingston.
That’s along with up to two daily flights from New York to both Saint Lucia and Turks and Caicos, according to the two airlines.