JetBlue Adds New Nonstop Service to Trinidad

jet blueJetBlue has announced plans to begin once-daily nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale / Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (POS) on May 1, 2014. 

The airline will also begin once-daily non-stop service to POS from New York's JFK International Airport starting February 24, 2014. These flights are subject to receipt of government operating authority. JetBlue has also announced daily nonstop service between JFK and Savannah / Hilton Head, beginning February 13, 2014. 

JetBlue's schedule between Fort Lauderdale and Port of Spain: 


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    FLL to POS:           POS to FLL:

    -----------           -----------


    Depart - Arrive       Depart - Arrive

    ---------------       ---------------


    7:00 a.m. - 10:45      11:45 a.m. - 3:54

     a.m.                  p.m.

    -----------------     ------------------


    -First flight operates daily beginning

     May 1 , 2014 (a) -


    - All times local -



JetBlue's flights from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood and JFK to Port of Spain will be operated with its Airbus A320 fleet with seating for 150.

"We are dedicated to growing in South Florida and expanding our network to the Caribbean and Latin America," said Scott Laurence, vice president of network planning for JetBlue Airways. 

Destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean now make up almost one-third of JetBlue's route network.

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