JetBlue launches sixth destination in the Dominican Republic
NEW YORK, USA — JetBlue has launched service to its sixth destination in the Dominican Republic, Samana. JetBlue is the Dominican Republic’s largest airline, with more flights in and out of the country than any other carrier. The airline now operates twice weekly flights between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and President Juan Bosch International Airport (AZS) in Samana on Wednesdays and Saturdays – the only service between the United States and this coveted beach destination.
“Samana is a beach paradise in the Dominican Republic, a secret worth discovering. We have no doubts our customers will rush to learn everything that this tropical location has to offer,” said Scott Laurence, JetBlue’s vice president of network planning and partnerships. “We are very pleased, as the country’s largest carrier, to add more options for locals and visitors alike to continue exploring and enjoying everything the country has to offer. Samana is a destination we’ve long had our eye on; today we thank the Dominican government and communities for the support we continue to receive.”
“Dominican Republic’s Samana Peninsula features pure ecological bliss with breathtaking coastline, Los Haitises National Park, El Limon Waterfall, secluded beaches and charming towns like Samana, Las Galeras and Las Terrenas,” said Francisco Javier Garcia, Minister of Tourism for Dominican Republic. “JetBlue’s direct flight to Samana will bring new visitors to our Northeast Coast, create a stronger economy, and ensure dozens of unique hotels, resorts, shops, diverse attractions and delightful restaurants will receive more visitors.”
In the Dominican Republic, JetBlue also serves La Romana, Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Santiago and Santo Domingo with service to Boston, Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood, New York, Orlando and San Juan. Just last week the airline announced plans for two more routes linking San Juan with Punta Cana and Santiago. JetBlue’s service to Samana will operate with the airline’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft.
Source: Caribbean News
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