The American airline, JetBlue, is introducing an innovative route for American travelers looking to escape to the Caribbean. Starting August 30th, JetBlue will be offering an alternative route from Amsterdam to Aruba and Curaçao. The airline will operate a daily JFK New York to Amsterdam route and vice versa, allowing travelers to experience the Caribbean like never before.
As a carrier with a reputable network within America, Latin America, and the Caribbean, JetBlue is carving out a backdoor route to the Caribbean’s most popular destinations, including Aruba and Curaçao, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Jamaica. The airline is now providing access to many destinations in the Caribbean as one-way bookings with a layover in the US.
JetBlue is known for differentiating itself from its competitors by flying a narrow-body A321 with both economy and business class. This innovative approach to airline travel is giving JetBlue an edge in the highly competitive airline industry. The airline’s narrow-body planes are specially designed to offer passengers a comfortable and seamless travel experience.
Despite being a relatively small airline in the US, with a market share of only five percent, JetBlue transports an impressive 44 million passengers annually. The airline’s growth is expected to accelerate even more this year due to a planned takeover of the budget airline Spirit in the US.
The Amsterdam to New York JFK route is available daily, while the JFK to Curaçao route is available every day except for Tuesday and Wednesday. Flights to Aruba are available every day.