JetBlue to adds flights to San Juan flights-St. Maarten

when it comes to seats, what’s the largest carrier in Puerto Rico? You may not know it, but it’s discount airline JetBlue and it’s about to get bigger.The low-fare/high-frills airline is set to launch nonstop San Juan flights to St. Maarten November 17 – subject to government approval.This would make the discount airline’s eighth route out of San Juan, and its third from St. Maarten. Here’s what that means for you: This summer JetBlue will loft 27 daily departures from SJU and 34 daily flights from Puerto Rico proper. New San Juan flights to St. Maarten will spawn a slew of convenient connections from New York Kennedy, Boston Logan, Orlando International, and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood.

Seems the service JetBlue already offers to St. Maarten has been a boon to the island and the folks who fly there. It’s changed the landscape of tourism in St. Maarten,says Director of Tourism Regina LaBega, the island.The airfares from key markets.have become more affordable.That means more visitors.OAG indicates there are no nonstop San Juan flights to St. Maarten. Right now there are ten nonstop routes to the island from the United States: Delta fields Atlanta flights to St. Maarten. JetBlue offers Boston flights to St. Maarten. United lofts Chicago flights to St. Maarten. American operates Miami flights to St. Maarten. JetBlue and American have New York flights to St. Maarten, and Continental New York/Newark flights to St. Maarten. US Airways lofts Philadelphia flights to St. Maarten, and United Washington, D.C. flights to St. Maarten.

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