JetBlue Starts Up New Service Between New York City and Guyana

By Kurt Stolz on 12 December 2020
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JetBlue announced on Saturday the start of its non-stop service from New York City to Georgetown, Guyana.  The service had originally as originally been slated to start on April 2, 2020 but was delayed amidst the coronavirus pandemic-induced downturn in travel

The New York-based airline will operate flights between John F. Kennedy International Airport and Cheddi Jagan International Airport four times each week and using its new A321neo aircraft.

Known for its rainforests, mountain ranges, and beaches, Guyana is JetBlue’s fourth destination in South America.

The new route was made possible by the addition of Airbus A321neo aircraft to JetBlue’s fleet. The A321neo has a longer range and higher fuel capacity than the carrier’s other planes. The airline took delivery of its first one in 2019.

The A321neo has 42 Even More Space premium-economy lite seats that are 18” wide and have 35” to 38” in seat pitch, and 158 seats in coach.  All seats feature power, adjustable headrests, and 10.1” displays for the in-flight entertainment system.

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