Saturday, 12 December 2020

JetBlue arrives in Guyana

JetBlue Service to Capital City of Georgetown Expands the Airline’s International Presence


New York's hometown airline, JetBlue confirmed the launch of a new service between New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Georgetown, Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport (GEO), operated by the carriers new Airbus A321neo aircraft.

The service will be flown four times each week with passengers being able to enjoy the comfort of the Collins Meridian seat – which is the widest seat available for the single-aisle Airbus family of aircraft – with enhanced cushion comfort, adjustable headrests, power connections at every seat and the most legroom in economy which are fitted to the new A321neo aircraft. The jets also feature inflight entertainment system powered by Thales AVANT and ViaSat-2 connectivity. With this system – featuring 10.1 inches, 1080P high definition screens, more than 100 channels of live television with DVR-like pause and rewind functionality, picture-in-picture function and more.  Apparently, JetBlue offers customers expanded entertainment choices in nearly every region the airline flies.
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“JetBlue’s arrival in Guyana introduces our low fares and award-winning service to another new market in the Caribbean and Latin America where customers have long faced high prices and little competition,” said Andrea Lusso, vice president network planning, JetBlue. “We remain committed to this important region of our network and continue to connect more travellers with the people and places they want to see.”

JetBlue’s newest route connects New York’s Guyanese American community – the largest in the U.S. – with the capital city, making the connections between friends and family easier and closer than ever. Guyana becomes the fourth country in South America JetBlue serves and grows the airline’s presence in the broader Caribbean and Latin American region to nearly 40 destinations.

"We are pleased to welcome JetBlue to our beautiful country, Guyana,” said Minister of Public Works, Bishop Juan Edghill. “We are confident that their entry into the local market will help to advance the aviation sector, especially at a time when the sector is looking to rebuild, in the midst of this global pandemic. This latest investment by JetBlue – even in the current environment – also speaks to the level of confidence the airlines has placed on our country as a lucrative destination of choice."
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