JetBlue Announces Cuba Flights From New York, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale

Havana, Cuba // Photo by Joe Pike

JetBlue Airways recently announced the anticipated addition of service to Havana, Cuba’s José Martí International Airport (HAV) starting in late November.

Havana, the airline’s fourth Cuban destination and 100th destination network-wide, will be served by daily round-trip flights from three JetBlue focus cities on the airline’s newest Airbus A321 aircraft.

The Cuba service begins at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on November 28, at Orlando International Airport (MCO) on November 29 and at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) on November 30. Also, a second daily flight will launch out of Fort Lauderdale on December 1.


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Introductory fares from Florida start at $54 one-way and introductory fares from New York start at $99 one-way, including Cuban government-required health insurance coverage.

With service to Havana, JetBlue – which launched its first flight in February 2000 – will serve 100 destinations across 22 countries in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean.


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