JetBlue Broadcasts Flights to Two New Locations within the Dominican Republic

A JetBlue Airbus A321neo.

JetBlue introduced on Thursday the beginning of two new worldwide routes from Orlando Worldwide Airport (MCO), which is able to start in November 2023. The provider will launch new flights to Punta Cana Worldwide Airport (PUJ) and Cibao Worldwide Airport (STI) in Dominica. Republic.

New routes for JetBlue

Launching on November 4, 2023, JetBlue will launch two new nonstop companies from Orlando Worldwide serving two of the highest Caribbean locations, Punta Cana and Santiago within the Dominican Republic. That is a part of JetBlue’s plan to supply extra connections from town in Florida.

David Jehn, Vice President of Community Planning and Partnerships at JetBlue, mentioned Punta Cana and Santiago are prime locations within the Caribbean. Nonetheless, there are restricted choices for patrons to get there from Orlando.

A JetBlue Airbus A321ceo.

Photograph: Vincenzo Tempo | easy flight

JetBlue’s Chief Govt Officer (CEO), Robin Hayes, mentioned in a press release that this progress will make the airline Orlando’s low-cost provider. In the meantime, Higher Orlando Aviation Authority CEO Kevin Thibault mentioned that JetBlue’s location within the airport’s Terminal C gives passengers choices to expertise desired locations.

“These prolonged routes assist Orlando Worldwide join and strengthen our place as a significant financial generator within the area.”

As of March 2023, JetBlue gives 401 weekly departures from Orlando Worldwide and serves 22 locations, together with 5 overseas locations in Latin America and the Caribbean. Southwest is the fifth largest airline in Orlando after Spirit, Delta and Frontier.

JetBlue goals for extra connectivity via Orlando Worldwide

Talking about Spirit Airways, JetBlue mentioned on Thursday it plans 200 day by day flights from Orlando Worldwide after its merger with the ultra-low-cost airline was accredited.

The airline mentioned the deliberate JetBlue and Spirit mixture will unlock long-term progress alternatives that may in any other case not be doable. JetBlue is trying to launch new routes and is at present serving unsuitable locations.

A JetBlue Airbus A220-300.

Photograph: Vincenzo Tempo | easy flight

In complete, the airline will provide flights from Orlando at the moment to roughly 20 markets not operated by JetBlue or Spirit, and can enhance flight frequencies on roughly 25 extra routes. Moreover, JetBlue plans to supply the Mint premium expertise from Orlando.

Speaking in regards to the new routes to Punta Cana and Santiago, David Jehn added: “These new routes, together with people who will probably be enabled by our mixture with Spirit, will place us to drive even higher progress and connectivity to in style locations for patrons in Central Florida.”

The newest on the merger of JetBlue and Spirit

Earlier this month, the Justice Division filed a lawsuit to dam the merger between JetBlue and Spirit Airways. The ministry argued that the deal would stifle competitors and exacerbate focus within the airline business, resulting in greater fares.

The carriers mentioned in a press release that they proceed to push their JetBlue and Spirit plans ahead regardless of the Ministry’s lawsuit. Robin Hayes mentioned the merger would create a low-maintenance nationwide competitor to the Large 4 carriers in the US (taking about 10% of market share nationwide).

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  • JetBlue Airlines Airbus A321-200
    Photograph: Vincenzo Tempo/Easy Flying


    IATA/ICAO Code:

    Boston Logan Worldwide Airport, Los Angeles Worldwide Airport, New York JFK Airport, Orlando Worldwide Airport

    Institution Yr:

    Robin Hayes

    United States of America

  • Spirit Airlines at the gate of Orlando Florida Airport

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    Orlando Worldwide Airport

    IATA/ICAO Code:

    United States of America

    Phil Brown

    Variety of Passengers:
    40,351,068 (2021)

    17L/35R – 2,743m (9,000ft) |17R/35L – 3,048m (10,000ft) |18L/36R – 3,659m (12,000ft) |18R/36L – 3,659m (12,000ft)

    Terminal A |Terminal B

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