The US airline JetBlue announced on Tuesday, October 9, 2018, a major revision of its air routes, with five new destinations and two dozen additional flights, one of which is the link from 2019 in Guayaquil with Ford Laudarderdale ( Florida), in the second connection with Ecuador.
Added to this is the elimination of a dozen routes, including the end of service in Washington Dulles and Daytona Beach (Florida).
The new flights, which will begin during the first quarter of 2019, are from Fort Lauderdale to Guayaquil (Ecuador), to the José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport. They will be daily and will become JetBlue’s second destination in Ecuador, since the airline already serves Quito.
Other new routes will be from Fort Lauderdale to Phoenix, from Boston to Rochester (New York), and from Fort Lauderdale to St. Maarten, in the Caribbean. It will also operate between Providence (Rhode Island) and West Palm Beach (Florida).
“The new flights to Guayaquil represent another unique and exciting destination for our customers, while extending JetBlue’s reach to Latin America,” said Joanna Geraghty, president of JetBlue, a company that already has six connections to South America. (I)