American Airlines Launching New Routes to Turks and Caicos, Saint Lucia

Penni Schewe

American Airlines is launching more new routes to the Caribbean commencing in June, Caribbean Journal has figured out. 

The world’s biggest airline will be launching new routes from New York’s John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport to both Providenciales, Turks and Caicos and Saint Lucia. 

On June 5, American will kick off weekly Saturday flights to both of those places. 

The new routes occur as a result of the new “Northeast Alliance” between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways. 

Ocean Club Resorts in Turks and Caicos.

Both of those the Turks and Caicos and Saint Lucia routes will enhance JetBlue’s current company to the places. 

The Saint Lucia route is the next new route to the island announced in this month on June 5, American will also launch new weekly flights from Dallas-Fort Value to Saint Lucia. 

american airlines turks and caicos
Stonefield Villa Vacation resort in Saint Lucia.

“Our alliance with American opens the doorway for JetBlue to efficiently enter into new marketplaces, introducing a lot more options and our award-profitable assistance and lower fares to much more shoppers,” stated Scott Laurence, head of income and organizing, JetBlue. “The alliance is also vital to obtaining our planes back again in the air profitably and crew customers doing work once more.”

American’s announcement also comes right after JetBlue revealed its personal broad Caribbean growth as a result of the alliance. 

American and JetBlue are also anticipating to start codesharing income on the new worldwide routes. 

— CJ

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