JetBlue Officially Launches Nonstop Service to Antigua and Barbuda From New York

The beach at Galley Bay Resort & Spa in Antigua // Photo by Joe Pike

JetBlue Ariways recently launched service to its newest destination, Antigua and Barbuda's V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU), from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), with three times weekly service on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
Antigua and Barbuda becomes JetBlue’s 92nd destination in its growing network and 34th destination in Latin America and the Caribbean.

JetBlue’s service will arrive in and depart from the recently opened VC Bird International Airport terminal, which offers customers the newest and one of the most modern airports in the Caribbean.

Flights operate in the morning, with flights returning to the U.S. in the early evening allowing visitors to maximize their time in the twin island destination.


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JetBlue’s arrival in Antigua and Barbuda comes as the airline continues to grow its presence in the Caribbean and Latin America. JetBlue launched service this year to Mexico City and Grenada and will be expanding Mint, JetBlue’s take on premium travel, to Barbados and Aruba for seasonal service beginning November 7. Service to Quito, Ecuador, begins on February 25, 2016.


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