Sunday, October 23, 2011

WestJet Airlines Adding Flights To San Juan, JetBlue Expands In Puerto Rico

WestJet Adding Flights To San Juan, Puerto Rico

WestJet Airlines, the Canadian carrier is adding service to Puerto Rico.  WestJet is adding San Juan to its itinerary, The Calgary based airline, will introduce nonstop flights from Toronto, to Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.  Puerto Rico is a new route for WestJet.

Starting November 5, 2011, WestJet will take you twice a week to experience the city of San Juan, Puerto Rico.  WestJet will launch new nonstop flights between Toronto and San Juan, twice weekly on Saturday and Sunday.  One-way fares begin at $189 plus taxes and fees.

WestJet is the third international carrier to enter the Puerto Rico market this year, following British Airways and Condor of Germany.

JetBlue Expands In Puerto Rico

JetBlue Airways plans to add nonstop service from San Juan to St. Thomas and St. Croix as the airline continues to expand in Puerto Rico.  The airline wants to add more options and more destinations for visitors and residents of Puerto Rico.

JetBlue will launch twice-daily flights between San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) and St. Thomas International Airport (STT), as well as once-daily flights between San Juan and St. Croix International Airport (STX) starting December 12, 2011.

JetBlue is now Puerto Rico's largest carrier.  It now offers more than 30 daily departures.
During this past year in Puerto Rico, JetBlue has grown 38 percent.  The New York based carrier has surpassed longtime local leader American Airlines as the biggest airline in Puerto Rico.

Later in the year JetBlue will increase service between San Juan, and Santo Domingo from three to five daily flights.

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