The airline Jet Blue will resume its rotations between Guadeloupe and New York from November 5.
After taking over from Norwegian, which was the pioneer in rotations to New York in February 2020, then suspended during the health crisis, the New York/Pointe-à-Pitre air link will make its big comeback from the month of november.
#JetBlue The Guadeloupe Region wins its bet… The dynamic driven by @CRGuadeloupe of making our archipelago an essential destination in the Caribbean is bearing fruit.#NewYork #JetBluePTP #Tourism #Engagement pic.twitter.com/bybtVMsitP
— Guadeloupe Region (@CRGuadeloupe) February 2, 2020
The details of the rotations
Jet Blue has planned to make three flights a week between New York and Pointe-à-Pitre.
Flights will be scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The objective is to introduce American tourists, fond of the English-speaking islands of the area, to a French-speaking destination.
Guadeloupe is the only French Caribbean destination offered by the company.