JetBlue plans to cut service this spring to 12 routes, including seven to the Caribbean: between Newark and Antigua, Barbados, Haiti and St. Thomas; JFK and Bermuda; Philadelphia and San Juan; and Raleigh-Durham and San Juan.

The remaining five route cuts will affect domestic U.S. destinations.

Most of the routes were added in response to pandemic travel trends "to help us bring immediate cash in the door," said Philip Stewart, manager of corporate communications.

"As our customers return to more expected booking patterns, these changes will free up aircraft time that we can deploy into other areas of our network that hold the most strength and relevance to our network strategy in the long term."

"Even with these reductions, most of which operated less than daily, we still expect our 2022 schedule to be our biggest ever, and we'll continue to grow our fleet with new aircraft throughout the year," he said.

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