Several carriers have boosted or launched service to the Caribbean region this winter, notably the return of American Airlines' daily service from Miami to Marsh Harbour in the Bahamas' Abacos Islands on Feb. 13.
American's daily service to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, from Miami also was reinstated on that date.
JetBlue launched three weekly flights from New York Kennedy to Guadeloupe earlier this month. It is the only service to the destination from the U.S. outside of Miami, where both American and Air France offer flights.
Tradewind Aviation now has scheduled shuttle service four days a week from San Juan to Anguilla to April 13.
AA revived its weekly winter service between Boston and Grand Cayman, to May 2. This will compete with JetBlue, which offers two Saturday flights, to April 25.
Delta will add a seasonal Saturday flight between New York Kennedy and Grand Cayman from June 13 through Aug. 20.
AA's new weekly nonstop flight between Chicago and St. Lucia will operate to April 4, competing with United's Saturday flight between the two points.
Spirit Airlines will boost its daily nonstop service from Baltimore to San Juan on May 21 with the addition of a second flight. Spirit also will expand its schedule between Fort Lauderdale and St. Croix from four weekly flights to daily service, effective April 22.