JetBlue announces new route between Santiago de los Caballeros and Florida


11 January, 2018 The U. S. airline, JetBlue, today announced another expansion of its service in the Dominican Republic with a daily flight between Cibao International Airport (STI) and Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport (FLL) in Florida, effective June 14 of this year, subject to government approval.

This new route, from Santiago to Fort Lauderdale, will allow Dominicans greater access not only to South Florida, but also to a greater number of other cities that JetBlue serves from Fort Lauderdale. Through this expansion of service, Santiago will be connected to four focus cities of JetBlue, which are New York, Boston, San Juan and now Fort Lauderdale. Daily service is also offered from Santiago to Newark, New Jersey.

JetBlue recently announced that it will also begin offering a new daily flight between the Americas International Airport (AILA) and Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, beginning May 3, also subject to government approval. Tickets are on sale for both routes.

This expansion in the JetBlue service highlights our commitment to the Dominican community, giving them greater access to our award-winning service, for which JetBlue is recognized, competitive fares and even more flight options between the Dominican Republic and the U. S.,"said JetBlue's Director of Commerce and International Airports, Giselle Cortes.

JetBlue will operate its flights between Fort Lauderdale and Santiago using its 150-seat Airbus A320 aircraft, which offers the airline's award-winning service and the largest seat space in economy class. The airline also offers free and unlimited refreshment and snack service, as well as complimentary premium Hollywood movies. JetBlue operates from five airports in the Dominican Republic: La Romana, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Santiago and Santo Domingo.

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