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JetBlue adds first intra-Caribbean route

USATODAY.com: "Beginning Dec. 18, JetBlue will add nonstop service between San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. JetBlue says the daily round-trip flight will mark its 'first intra-Caribbean service.' JetBlue will fly the route with its 100-seat Embraer E190 jets. The route remains subject to government approval.
Elsewhere, JetBlue says in a press release it will 'also offer increased service from the United States mainland to the Caribbean over the winter holiday season with nonstop service between Boston and Santo Domingo, also subject to government approval, and add more flights on existing routes from New York to (the Dominican Republic destinations of) Puerto Plata, Santiago and Santo Domingo and from Boston to San Juan.'"

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