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JetBlue plans to serve Kingston, Jamaica

21st May 2009 - 08:19 GMT | by The Shephard News Team


JetBlue Airways has announced plans to begin new service to Kingston, Jamaica – its 14th international destination – in the fourth quarter of this year. The airline expects to serve Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport with daily nonstop service to/from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, with onward connecting service available to cities across the United States.

The flights to the Jamaican capital are expected to go on sale in June, subject to receipt of government operating authority.

Kingston will be JetBlue's second destination in Jamaica. The airline has already begun daily nonstop service between New York (JFK) and Montego Bay on the north coast of the island. Later this year, JetBlue expects to once again expand in the West Indies with the addition of flights to Barbados and Saint Lucia, also subject to receipt of government operating authority.

JetBlue plans to serve Kingston with its 150-seat Airbus A320s.

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