JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq:JBLU) is making it easier than ever for travelers to jet off on their dream getaway this winter with more service to the Caribbean’s most popular sun spots. For the peak season, the award-winning airline will offer customers as many as 72 flights per day to 11 tropical destinations, a 46% growth in seats over last winter’s schedule.
JetBlue offers more flights to the Caribbean than any other low-fare, low-cost airline.
In addition to increasing frequencies on existing routes this winter, JetBlue will kick off daily nonstop service from New York to Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic on January 10, 2008, and to St. Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles on January 17, 2008.
New Florida — Caribbean Service
JetBlue will begin its first international service from Orlando International Airport this winter with the launch of nonstop service to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic beginning March 6, 2008 (subject to receipt of government operating authority). With 10 flights a day to Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, JetBlue offers travelers the most nonstop service to the Caribbean of any airline at Orlando International Airport.
By the Numbers: JetBlue’s Winter 2007-2008 Caribbean/Atlantic Service
This winter JetBlue will offer as many as 220 weekly roundtrips between the U.S. mainland and 11 destinations across the Caribbean/Atlantic region.
From To Peak
Boston, Mass. Aruba 3
Nassau, Bahamas 8
San Juan, Puerto Rico 7
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ponce, Puerto Rico 7
New York/JFK Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 14
Nassau, Bahamas 21
Ponce, Puerto Rico 7
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic 7
Santiago, Dominican Republic 10
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 12
San Juan, Puerto Rico 40
St. Maarten 7
Orlando, Fla. Aguadilla, Puerto Rico 7
Ponce, Puerto Rico 7
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 7
San Juan, Puerto Rico 14
“Sun-seekers have flocked to JetBlue’s affordable fares and unique brand of service,” said Jim Fuoco, JetBlue’s manager of route planning.
“This winter we’re pleased to offer our most comprehensive schedule ever to the Caribbean and Mexico, including new flights to Puerto Plata and St. Maarten, which begin in January.”