JetBlue Launching Grenada Flights From Boston

Posted: (last modified June 8, 2023 ) by

Posted on : June 8, 2023

Category : Boston News

JetBlue is set to commence its second nonstop flight to Grenada from the United States on November 4. The inaugural service will operate from Boston’s Logan International Airport to Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport.

To provide a top-notch travel experience, JetBlue will deploy its premium A321 MINT aircraft, which accommodates 159 passengers and includes 16 lie-flat seats. These weekly flights between Boston and Grenada will operate year-round, specifically on Saturdays.

This flight will target the holiday crowd headed to the Caribbean. This is good news for Taxi Cab companies in Boston, as it will generate more business possibilities. Outbound travelers generally prefer to book a professional cab rather than drive themselves or hail an Uber / Lyft.

They tend to have more luggage and they have children with them who need child seats. So our car service is more convenient and cost-effective for families and groups going on vacations.

JetBlue presently provides daily nonstop flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Maurice Bishop International Airport. Lennox Andrews, the Minister for Economic Development, Planning, and Tourism, expressed excitement about the increased service from JetBlue, emphasizing the importance of tourism as a vital pillar for Grenada’s success. The expanded flights will enable Grenada to welcome a greater number of visitors to its captivating destination.

According to Shafan Nath, CEO of Boston Airport Express, Greneda is becoming popular with the Massachusetts crowd. Sometimes passengers from New Hampshire ride to Boston as they get better deals on flight tickets from Boston.

To meet the increased demand, JetBlue has boosted its capacity for Grenada by replacing the A320 aircraft with larger A321 aircraft, which can accommodate 200 passengers. This upgrade will be in effect during the summer peak period from June 15 to September 5, ensuring a more comfortable and convenient travel experience for travelers.

JetBlue will enhance its service to Grenada by introducing a second daily nonstop flight during Spicemas, the island’s largest cultural event, which takes place from August 7 to September 1.

Robin Hayes, the Chief Executive Officer of JetBlue, expressed delight in bringing additional JetBlue service to Grenada, recognizing it as one of the premier destinations in the Caribbean. 

Hayes also emphasized the positive performance of the destination and anticipated a brighter future for the partnership, with more convenient ways for customers to access the idyllic shores of Grenada.

Petra Roach, the CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, highlighted the significance of JetBlue’s increased service as part of ongoing efforts to enhance the destination’s offerings and attract more visitors. 

Roach emphasized the positive trajectory of visitor numbers from the United States, expressing gratitude for the trust JetBlue has shown by introducing year-round Mint service to Grenada, making it the first destination to receive this premium offering on a continuous basis.

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