The biggest and fastest-growing airline in the Caribbean, JetBlue has added Grenada as their 32nd destination in the Caribbean and Latin America. Starting in January 2017, customers traveling between New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Grenada’s Maurice Bishop International Airport (GND) will now fully experience the airline’s successful Mint Service.
“We are thrilled to introduce Mint to a fifth Caribbean route, where customers are paying too much for so-called premium service,” said Dave Clark, vice president network planning at JetBlue. “Our customers are quickly discovering Grenada and its world class beaches, attractions, and luxury resorts. Now customers traveling between New York and this Caribbean gem can enjoy the finest service and comfort during their flight.”
Flights are on sale now and will operate seasonally on Saturdays between New York’s (JFK) and Grenada’s (GND) through April 2017. Other Caribbean destinations departing from New York are: Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Cancun and many more.
Mint was launched in 2014 when it offered flights transcontinental flights between east and west coast cities. Travelers instantly loved it and would later be introduced to Mint’s Caribbean flights in 2015. The point was made that this was the perfect level of service that JetBlue believed was ideal for their customers.
Those traveling to Barbados, Aruba, St. Maarten and St. Lucia will get to enjoy the Mint service that consists of a fully-flat bed, four private suites, a 15-inch flat screen and amenity kit supplied by Birchbox. Among other perks, they will also be able to sip a signature cocktail and choose from a tapas-style menu.
About JetBlue Airline
New York City-based, JetBlue ranks second of the U.S. carriers flying to the Caribbean with up to 145 round-trip flights to 34 destinations there and in Latin America. It has rapidly been adding new flight destinations in the last few years and has expanded to include Fort Lauderdale and Boston as points of departure for the Caribbean. So far Boston’s daily departures are to Aruba and Barbados, while Fort Lauderdale goes to Barbados and Bahamas. JetBlue carries more than 35 million customers a year to 96 cities in the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America. For more information visit jetblue.com.