Several carriers serving the Caribbean have tweaked their winter schedules to the region.

United will add a second weekly nonstop from Newark to St. Kitts from Jan. 9 through March 6 to complement its year-round Saturday service.

In the Cuba arena, Southwest launched a third daily nonstop between Fort Lauderdale and Havana, while JetBlue will start Boston-Havana service Nov. 10. JetBlue already serves Havana from Fort Lauderdale, New York Kennedy and Orlando; other Cuban cities served from Fort Lauderdale include Santa Clara, Camaguey and Holguin.

American will reduce its airlift to Haiti from six daily flights to four on Nov. 3, by cutting out its service from Kennedy and Fort Lauderdale. The four remaining flights will depart from Miami: three daily to Port-au-Prince and one daily to Cap-Haitien, Haiti's second largest city.

The carrier began service from New York to Port-au-Prince in 1971 and from Fort Lauderdale in 2014.

Comments

From Our Partners


From Our Partners

2021 Club Med Webinar
Club Med: Rebounding with Worldwide All-Inclusives
Register Now
Hawaiian Airlines Airplane
Hawaiian Airlines
Read More
2021 Alaska Webinar Series
Learn How You Can SELL Alaska This Summer
Register Now

JDS Travel News JDS Viewpoints JDS Africa/MI