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JetBlue and WINAIR Enhance Caribbean Connectivity With Interline Agreement

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Getting around the Caribbean just got a whole lot easier thanks to an exciting new interline agreement between 2 airlines.

JetBlue and Sint Maarten-based WINAIR commenced an interline agreement on November 10, 2022, making connecting between the 2 airlines easier than ever before.

“The interline agreement between WINAIR and JetBlue demonstrates the confidence and vision both airlines share in St. Maarten and the surrounding region, and will provide growth for PJIAE [Princess Juliana International Airport, Sint Maarten] and the region “stated Michael Cleaver, President & CEO of WINAIR.

Let’s dive into what this could mean for you.

Jetblue and Winair Start Interline Agreement for Enhanced Connections in the Caribbean

Interline agreements are special partnerships between airlines which mean passengers are able to connect seamlessly from 1 airline to another without having to recheck bags or book separate tickets.

From November 10, 2022, the interline agreement between JetBlue and WINAIR is live and passengers will be able to book 1 stop itineraries from the U.S. to 1 of WINAIR’s 7 Caribbean destinations when booking directly on or via the air airline’s app.

As it stands, JetBlue currently operates 2 nonstop services from the U.S. to Sint Maarten (SXM), both in the Northeast from New York (JFK) and Boston (BOS).

From there, passengers are now able to connect onto WINAIR flights to Antigua (ANU), Curação (CUR), Saba (SAB), Saint Barthélemy (SBH), Saint Kitts (SKB), Sint Eustatius (EUX), and Tortola, British Virgin Isles (EIS).

Map of WINAIRs route map in the Caribbean
Map of the nonstop destinations served by WINAIR in the Caribbean. Image Credit: Great Circle Mapper.

The new interline routes from Sint Maarten to Saba, Sint Eustatius, Saint Barthélemy, and Tortola will be brand new 1-stop connection options for travelers in Boston and New York as these 4 of the 7 total interline options are currently without nonstop service to the U.S.

Additionally, passengers will be able to book 1-stop itineraries from Boston (BOS), New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), and Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Curação (CUR) via Aruba (AUA) as well as from New York (JFK) to St Kitts (SKB) via Antigua (ANU).

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Final Thoughts

JetBlue has signed an interline agreement with Sint Maarten-based regional carrier, WINAIR.The interline agreement means travelers from the U.S. now have brand new options to consider when planning their next vacation to the Caribbean.

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About Daniel Ross

Daniel has loved aviation and travel his entire life. He earned a Master of Science in Air Transport Management and has written about travel and aviation in publications like Simple Flying, The Points Guy, and more.

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