JetBlue is adding more flights to Jamaica next summer, Caribbean Journal has learned.
As part of the carrier’s “Northeast Alliance” with American Airlines, JetBlue will be significantly ramping up its service to the island in June 2022.
That will include up to five daily nonstop flights from New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport to Kingston, along with up to four daily nonstop flights from JFK to Jamaica’s tourism hub of Montego Bay.
It’s part of a broader planned expansion in the Caribbean for JetBlue, and it’s another boost to Jamaica’s continued strong tourism recovery amid the pandemic.
Overall, the Northeast Alliance will offer up to 300 daily departures, with JetBlue operating 195 flights.
What do travelers need to know before heading to the island? For more, visit Jamaica.