Three carriers have announced new or expanded services from the U.S. to the Caribbean. 

Norwegian Air will resume its seasonal winter service on Nov. 10 from Baltimore, Boston and New York to Martinique and Guadeloupe, following its first winter season to both destinations.

The schedule calls for three nonstops a week to each island from JFK and two flights a week from Baltimore and Boston.

“If demand continues to grow, we hope to make this a year-round service,” said Thomas Amdahl, chief commercial officer.

Southwest Airlines will launch a daily service between Fort Lauderdale and Nassau on Aug. 7. JetBlue and Bahamas Air currently provide daily service on the route.

National Airlines is doubling its service between Orlando Sanford Aand San Juan on March 13.

The carrier will offer twice-weekly flights on Sundays and Thursdays to San Juan with return on Mondays and Fridays at 6 a.m.

National currently offers two flights a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays with same-day return from San Juan.

One-way fares start at $89.

On June 1, National will launch twice-weekly service between Orlando Sanford and Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, which will be followed on July 1 by four flights a week from MacArthur Airport in Islip, N.Y., to San Juan and two weekly flights from Islip to Aguadilla.

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