Posted on: 16 March 2010
JetBlue Airways has announced a second daily nonstop flight to Kingston, Jamaica, from New York JFK.
The airline, which has been steadily expanding in Jamaica throughout the past year, will now offer travellers up to six departures a day from the United States to Jamaica including two nonstops from JFK to Kingston, two nonstops from JFK to Montego Bay, one daily nonstop from Orlando to Montego Bay; and bi-weekly nonstop service from Boston to Montego Bay.
"Based on the tremendous support we’ve received from Jamaican travellers, who continue to ask for more flights and more options from JetBlue after just eight months of service, we are pleased to offer this increase in service to New York," explained Scott Laurence, vice-president of network planning for JetBlue Airways.
The JFK–Jamaica service is operated with the airline’s Airbus A320s, configured with all-leather seating for 150 passengers.