This winter Delta to add new flights to Nassau (Bahamas), Kingston (Jamaica) & Port au Prince (Haiti).

Planning on flying from New York to the Caribbean this winter?

If so, from October you’ll have new flight options to consider.

Delta Air Lines has announced plans to launch three new flight services from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to the Caribbean this winter.

Flying New York City to Nassau, Bahamas or Kingston, Jamaica this Winter? Delta's launching new flights to help get you there

Flying New York City to Nassau, Bahamas or Kingston, Jamaica this Winter? Delta’s launching new flights to help get you there

Flights from New York to Nassau, Bahamas

First off, the US-based carrier plans to add a second daily flight from JFK to Nassau in The Bahamas from 1st October 2018 – perfect for viewing real estate for sale in Nassau (or just a vacation).

Delta will operate the flight using an Airbus A320 with 16 first class seats.

Flights from New York to Kingston, Jamaica

Next, Delta is set to launch a new daily nonstop flight service to Kingston, Jamaica starting 20th December 2018 – a great option for property buyers eyeing up property for sale in Jamaica.

The service will be operated using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 16 first class seats.

Flights from New York to Port au Prince, Haiti

In addition, the carrier also plans to launch a Saturday-only service using an Airbus A320 with 16 first class seats from New York to Port au Prince in Haiti commencing 22nd December 2018.

145 Flights Per Week to the Caribbean

As demand has grown, Delta has sought to increase its flights to the Caribbean region.

In total the carrier will operate 145 flights per week to the Caribbean this winter.

“No one better connects New York to the world than Delta,” commented Chuck Imhof, Delta’s Vice President — New York and Sales, East. “We offer our customers more flights to more destinations than any other airline and we’re excited to add more flights to the Caribbean to our strong network portfolio.”