JetBlue Airways’ New York JFK to Port of Spain
JetBlue Airways’ inaugural flight from New York JFK to Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago was celebrated at the US airport on 24 February, with a ribbon cutting ceremony as well as traditional music and dances. Cutting the ribbon were (left to right): Ronald Woodruffe, First Officer, JetBlue; Tom McNicholas, Captain, JetBlue; Rudrawatee Nan Ramgoolam, Consul General, Trinidad and Tobago; Jeff Goodell, VP, JetBlue; and Adeola James, Counsel Tourism, Trinidad and Tobago.
- JetBlue Airways, the US low-cost carrier that in the previous week inaugurated two domestic links from Savannah, GA, expanded its international offering with a new service from New York JFK, NY (JFK) to Port of Spain (POS) in Trinidad and Tobago on 24 February. The airline’s 84th destination will be operated daily, utilising its 150-seat A320s. The 3,547-kilometre sector to the capital of Trinidad and Tobago will face direct competition from Caribbean Airlines’ 24 weekly flights.