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JetBlue has been adding some great Caribbean destinations to its route network for when the temperatures drop this winter. Year-round flights to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) and Cibao International Airport (STI) and Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) in the Dominican Republic are the latest additions.
Over the past week, I’ve written about JetBlue’s first flight between Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport (NAS) and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which made it the first airline to connect the two airports nonstop (Alaska Airlines will start competing on the route soon). I also noted JetBlue’s new service between New York John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) in St. Kitts and Nevis.
Now, JetBlue has three new routes being added to its network. These include flights between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and two destinations in the Dominican Republic:
- Cibao International Airport (STI) (daily; started this month)
- Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) (daily; started this month)
Flights between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ) will see JetBlue face tough competition with Spirit Airlines and Frontier also currently flying between these airports. JetBlue will operate these routes with an Airbus A320 (but in an Economy Class-only configuration).
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) will offer Saturday-only service on an Airbus A320 equipped with lie-flat Business Class seats (JetBlue’s Mint Class).
Anthony’s Take: JetBlue continues to connect US cities with tropical beaches across the Caribbean. It’s great to see some of these routes offering Mint Class and the service and seats that come in that cabin.
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