JetBlue Airways plans to operate twice-weekly round-trips between New York JFK and Grenada, on Thursdays and Sundays from June 11.

Subject to receiving government operating authority, JetBlue Airways will begin its planned new non-stop service between New York JFK and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport on June 11.

JetBlue Airways plans to operate twice-weekly round-trips between New York JFK and Grenada, on Thursdays and Sundays. The carrier has now opened reservations for bookings on its flights.


This JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 provides a fine action study as it takes off. This aircraft, registered N821JB and delivered new to the airline in 2012, is fitted with Sharklets, which JetBlue is fitting to all the A320s and A321s in its fleet

This JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 provides a fine action study as it takes off. This aircraft, registered N821JB and delivered new to the airline in 2012, is fitted with Sharklets, which JetBlue is fitting to all the A320s and A321s in its fleet

 

Grenada will become the 90th destination in JetBlue’s network and the airline’s 27th destination in the Caribbean.

To promote its planned new Grenada service, JetBlue is offering an introductory one-way fare of $189 from New York JFK to Grenada between June 11 and October 25, 2015. All introductory-fare tickets must be purchased by February 25, at the earlier of 11:59 PM ET or local time.

JetBlue’s schedule between New York JFK (IATA code JFK) and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) will see its flight departing JFK at 8:26 a.m. on Thursdays and Sundays from June 11 and landing at GND at 1:22 p.m.

For the first 15 years of the airline's existence, the Airbus A320 has provided the backbone of JetBlue Airways' fleet in terms of numbers of aircraft operated. However, the airline is rapidly increasing the proportion of higher-capacity A321s in its fleet and by the early 2020s JetBlue will be operating almost as many A321s as A320s

For the first 15 years of the airline’s existence, the Airbus A320 has provided the backbone of JetBlue Airways’ fleet in terms of numbers of aircraft operated. However, the airline is rapidly increasing the proportion of higher-capacity A321s in its fleet and by the early 2020s JetBlue will be operating almost as many A321s as A320s

 

In the other direction, JetBlue’s return flight will leave GND at 2:40 p.m. and touch down at JFK at 7:30 p.m.

JetBlue will serve the route with Airbus A320 aircraft.

Currently each of JetBlue’s A320s has 150 passenger seats installed, but the airline is planning to increase the seat count in each A320 to 165 seats, with the first aircraft due to be reconfigured this year.

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