Grenada is to be JetBlue’s newest Caribbean Destination

Written by Red Carpet Shelley. Posted in Caribbean News, Tourism, Travel

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Published on February 04, 2015 with No Comments

JetBlue is continuing its push into the Caribbean, announcing on Wednesday that Grenada would become its newest destination.

JetBlue is Taking Off to Grenada

Starting June 11, JetBlue plans to fly two flights a week between New York JFK and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport (airport code GND). The airline would fly one round-trip flight on the route each Thursday and Sunday on 150-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. JetBlue says flights will be available for sale following government approval.

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Grenada would become JetBlue’s 90th destination overall and its 32nd destination in the Caribbean and Latin America .

“We cannot wait to add Grenada to our network of Caribbean destinations,” Dave Clark, JetBlue’s VP – network planning, says in a statement. “Grenada is one of the most beautiful and adventurous destinations in the Caribbean, and our new nonstop service will make it much easier to get there.”




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