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Caribbean / News / Top Stories / Tourism / Travel / Virgin Islands / August 14, 2018

After resuming its second daily flight from Puerto Rico to St. Thomas in February, Jetblue, the New York-based carrier, has announced that it will resume its popular daily Boston-St. Thomas flight this coming winter. Jetblue will also resume its Boston-St. Maarten flight, which the carrier said will operate twice weekly.

The relaunched service to the Cyril E. King Airport will commence on February 14, 2019, according to Jetblue. The service to St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport will commence on February 16.

“We are very excited to resume service on these popular routes in the Caribbean as they continue to recover from the hurricanes and prepare to welcome visitors back to their beautiful shores,” said Giselle Cortes, director of international airports for JetBlue. “We remain committed to helping the Caribbean region recover by continuing to increase capacity as demand returns.”

Both routes will operate seasonally, according to the airline. The added routes are coming online as the Caribbean islands continue to recover for the devastating 2017 hurricane season (both St. Thomas and St. Maarten will ravaged last year).


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