JetBlue Adds New St. Kitts and Nevis Service

On November 2, 2023, JetBlue began flying between New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Nevis' Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw International Airport (SKB).

JFK-SKB flights will arrive and leave daily on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

“We look forward to continuing expanding our network, providing our customers exceptional journeys to more destinations,” said JetBlue's network planning and airline alliances vice president. 

“This new nonstop route introduces our low fares and great service to customers traveling to and from St. Kitts, adds access to all our New York cities, and strengthens our Caribbean presence.”

The bigger of the two Caribbean islands, St. Kitts, has lush foliage, clean beaches, and dramatic volcanic and alpine peaks, providing a stunning natural canvas.

St. Kitts' cultural attractions include well-preserved colonial buildings, UNESCO World Heritage Site Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, and colorful festivals celebrating the island's identity.

“We are pleased to be able to say that today signifies a momentous occasion, as JetBlue embarks on its first trip to St. Kitts,” said St. Kitts & Nevis' minister of tourism, international transport, civil aviation, urban development, employment, and labor

Minister said: "This milestone improves our destination's US connection and highlights our relationship with JetBlue. We can't wait to welcome more U.S. guests and let them enjoy St. Kitts' unique Caribbean experiences.”

The airline has expanded its Latin American and Caribbean network and diversified its New York focus city strategy in recent years.

JetBlue's new St. Kitts route helps the airline develop in underserved areas and provide more alternatives to passengers. JetBlue will now reach 28 countries from JFK with 180 daily departures during peak hours.

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