As the Caribbean approaches its peak winter season, new and expanded flight schedules are on the books for Anguilla, Grenada and Puerto Rico.
Flights to Anguilla
On Anguilla, American Airlines will offer twice-weekly service from Miami on Wednesdays and Saturdays, beginning Dec. 11. As of Jan. 5, a third flight will operate every Monday.
"We're delighted that American is already incorporating additional service to our island, a testament to the strong demand for Anguilla," said Stacy Liburd, Anguilla's director of tourism.
From San Juan, Tradewind Aviation will operate three flights a week to Anguilla, beginning Dec. 17 through April 18. The airline offers no-fee itinerary changes and full credit for scheduled service cancellations made up to 24 hours prior to departure.
Flights to Grenada
On Grenada, daily service on AA from Miami begins Dec. 1. Through Nov. 30, the schedule calls for three flights a week from Miami.
The carrier also will offer a weekly Saturday flight from Charlotte starting Nov. 27.
JetBlue has daily service from New York JFK, with the carrier's Mint aircraft operating on Saturdays.
Flights to Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico welcomed service on Frontier Airlines from Jacksonville, Fla., on Nov. 1. The airline will offer three weekly flights.
The carrier currently provides nonstop service to San Juan from Chicago, Atlanta, Newark, Philadelphia, Miami, Orlando and Raleigh-Durham.