The Caribbean is one of the best getaways for travelers in the United States and worldwide. Almost every traveler enjoys the relaxing experience in the warm weather, the white sand, and the turquoise waters.
And there are so many destinations, from popular Caribbean islands like The Dominican Republic to a little more exclusive paradise like Grenada, and there are multiple U.S. airlines offering great flights for American travelers.
JetBlue is one of these airlines that allows customers to get to different beach destinations in the Caribbean for a very low price.
The low-cost carrier recently announced two new routes from New York City to two new destinations: Belize and St. Kitts.
As part of its expansion, JetBlue will also offer new services from Boston and Los Angeles to Caribbean destinations, adding to a total of 23 Caribbean destinations in paradise islands.
The carrier will begin the new services by the end of the year, but travelers can already book their preferred flights. And, for a limited time, the carrier will offer extra cheap tickets starting at $59 one way on certain routes.
And for those who prefer European getaways, the airline also recently added new routes to Amsterdam.
Here’s what travelers interested in traveling to the Caribbean with JetBlue should know:
About The New Routes And Itineraries To The Caribbean
Are you looking for ideas for winter travel? Those who want to stay away from the freezing nights in cold cities in the United States will have new services by the end of the year.
JetBlue will offer two new services from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to new Caribbean destinations:
- Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) in St. Kitts: the service will begin on November 2 with flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
The Flights will depart at 8:29 am, arriving at St. Kitts at 2:14 pm. For the return, the flight departs at 3:30 pm and arrives in New York at 7:00 pm.
- Nevis and Philip S. W. Goldson International Airport (BZE) in Belize City, Belize: The new service will begin on December 6 and the new route will operate on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
From JFK, the flight departs at 1:00 pm and arrives in Belize at 2:41 pm. The return flight departs at 1:30 pm and arrives in New York at 7:00 pm.
The carrier also expanded its network and will serve these new routes from:
- Boston Logan International Airport to Grenada: Beginning on November 4, the new service will depart on Saturdays at 8:00 am from Boston, arriving at 1:43 pm in Grenada.
For the return, also on Saturdays, the flight departs from Grenada at 3:03 pm and arrives in Boston at 7:04 pm.
- Los Angeles International Airport to Nassau: This new service will begin operation on November 4 and will serve this route also only on Saturdays.
From L.A., flights will depart at 9:50 am and arrive at 6:20 pm in the Bahamas. From Nassau, the flight will depart at 7:40 pm, arriving in LA at 10:25 pm.
These new services from Boston and Los Angeles will include the Premium Mint service, the carrier’s business class. Members of the carrier’s loyalty program can take advantage of the new system and its perks.
And those who want to take advantage of the introductory prices and book flights at the lowest prices must purchase soon, considering the carrier’s terms and conditions.
With these recently added routes, JetBlue will be offering travelers 23 routes to Caribbean Islands.
Besides the new destinations mentioned, the carrier already services top vacation spots like Montego Bay and Kingston in Jamaica, Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, Santiago, and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic, Willemstad in Curaçao, and Aruba.
Travelers will now have many more options to escape to beautiful islands with warm weather during Winter this year and at very low prices.
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