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JetBlue expands options to Caribbean for winter

The Boston Globe: "JetBlue Airways is offering Bostonian snowbirds more options this winter. more stories like this New JetBlue deal A lesson on travel websites Delta Air Lines raises fares $10 one-way Online travel sites add JetBlue See again that there's nothing like the Rockies The low-cost carrier has added seven more flights per week from Logan International Airport to the Caribbean through April 30, bringing the weekly total up to 24 from last winter. JetBlue has introduced three weekly winter flights to Aruba, a route it didn't offer a year ago. And it has six weekly flights to Cancun, Mexico, up from three last winter, and eight weekly flights to Nassau in the Bahamas, up from seven."

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