JetBlue Helps Expedite Passports

Along with the Aruba Tourism Authority, the Bermuda Department of Tourism and the Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board, JetBlue Airways on Thursday announced they would help passengers at John F. Kennedy International Airport obtain passports. During the month of February, visitors to JetBlue's Terminal 6 at the New York airport have the opportunity to receive a free passport photo and application, as well as brochures and information on the participating Caribbean destinations. "This initiative is yet another example of how JetBlue is helping the tourism industry navigate this new challenge in Caribbean travel," said Edison Briesen, Aruba's minister of tourism and transportation. "New York is where the largest concentration of U.S. travelers to Aruba comes from, so we are thrilled to be a part of this program that will help make the process of getting passports and visiting Aruba, easier."

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