For a few years now I’ve been saving my JetBlue points to visit one of their international destinations like Ecuador or Haiti.
In the near future, the airline will be flying to a new South American country that I’d love to visit!
Starting in April 2020, JetBlue will be flying non-stop daily to Guyana, their fourth South American destination!
The airline will fly the new route on the new Airbus A321 neo from New York’s JFK airport to Georgetown, Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International AIrport (GEO).
Guyana is just 5 hours by plane. The country has lots of outdoor adventure activities to offer visitors.
Here is the daily flight schedule:
- JFK-GEO Flight #1965: 11:55 pm – 5:58 am
- GEO-JFK Flight #1966: 7:20 am – 1:09 pm
I’ve been hoping to visit Guyana, French Guiana and Suriname for quite some time. With the addition of this new upcoming JetBlue route, it will make visiting a bit easier. (It’s always nice to have more options to get to places!)
I can’t see visiting Guyana in April but it is a possible option for the summer of 2020.
Are you excited for the new route JetBlue is adding?
Find out more from JetBlue here.