JetBlue Airways Monday announces plans to add flights to Puerto Rico this winter, bolstering its schedule with added service between San Juan and Boston, New York and Orlando.
Beginning in September, JetBlue will add an additional departure from John F. Kennedy International Airport to San Juan, for a total of four daily roundtrips. A fifth daily flight begins in November, while sixth and seventh daily flights begin in December.
Between San Juan and JetBlue's focus city at Orlando International, the airline will add two daily flights to its schedule this fall, providing a total of four daily services on the route. In addition, JetBlue will add a fifth daily roundtrip during the peak December holiday travel season.
Seasonal service on the popular route between San Juan and Boston's Logan International will begin two months early this year. Nonstop flights will operate twice-weekly in September and three-times weekly in October before transitioning to daily service on Nov. 2. JetBlue also will operate a second daily nonstop between San Juan and its Boston focus city during December and January.