JetBlue has introduced it’s increasing its massive Latin America and Caribbean community with a brand new continuous service between New York’s John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport and Georgetown, Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan Worldwide Airport.
Flights will function every day on JetBlue’s new A321neo plane starting April 2nd, 2020, with seats now accessible for buy within the US.
“The Guyana service introduces a various and underserved vacation spot to the JetBlue route map which is able to profit each leisure travellers, in addition to these visiting associates and relations,” stated Andrea Lusso, director route planning, JetBlue.
“Simply as we’ve performed in our South American markets in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, we’re introducing a brand new, low fare high-quality option to travellers in Guyana.”
Simply 5 hours from New York by air, Georgetown serves because the gateway to Guyana.
With pristine seashores within the north, mountain ranges to the west, huge rainforests and unending savannahs within the south, Guyana has emerged as a playground for adventurists and modern-day explorers.
“The federal government of Guyana is delighted to welcome the providers of JetBlue to Guyana,” stated, Guyana minister of public infrastructure, David Patterson.
“The introduction of this immensely common low-cost service will see decrease ticket costs to Georgetown and supply travellers with a possibility to fly on an airline of option to their favorite vacation spot.
“This settlement with JetBlue is well timed and comes on the heels of continued and sustainable progress in a number of sectors of our economic system, together with, service, tourism, mining and oil and fuel.”
Guyana turns into the fourth nation in South America JetBlue serves and grows the airline’s presence in Latin America and Caribbean the place it’s a main service serving practically 40 locations.
The brand new nonstop flight between New York Metropolis and Georgetown shall be made potential by the A321neo’s prolonged vary and gasoline effectivity.