JetBlue Airways is expanding its Caribbean reach, introducing two new nonstop routes to Belize and the islands of St. Kitts. The esteemed Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport in Belize City and Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw International Airport in St. Kitts will now directly connect to John F. Kennedy International Airport in the US.

Starting November 2, both routes will operate three times per week, enabling travelers a seamless flight path between these Caribbean destinations and New York’s high-traffic JFK airport. The move by JetBlue is set to enhance connectivity and convenience for passengers seeking direct flights to Belize and St. Kitts, facilitating increased tourism and economic activity between the United States and these idyllic island nations.

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New Service Routes Planned For Another Caribbean Destination

JetBlue is also launching a new service between Los Angeles International Airport and Nassau’s Lynden Pindling International Airport. This route will operate exclusively on Saturdays, beginning on November 4. The new route provides a convenient travel option for passengers seeking a direct connection between the West Coast and the beautiful shores of the Bahamas.

Furthermore, JetBlue will introduce Saturday service between Boston Logan International Airport and Maurice Bishop International Airport in Grenada, starting November 4. Travelers from the northeast will be able to easily access Grenada for a relaxing getaway to explore its vibrant culture.

Lastly, JetBlue is also catering to short-trip travelers. A new, daily nonstop service between Raleigh-Durham International Airport and Orlando International Airport is coming to the airline’s service in November.