(WILLEMSTAD) – JetBlue will be adding a fourth flight from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Curaçao’s Hato International Airport beginning June 19. While from August 3, 2018, Avianca will increase capacity with 4 additional flights per week from Bogota.
Currently, JetBlue flies to Curaçao island every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, the new route will depart on Tuesdays and will operate through the end of the summer.
Avianca currently operates 7 flights per week to Curaçao, which will increase to a total of 11 flights per week from Bogota, Colombia. The additional non-stop flights from Bogota to Curaçao will be operated on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday departing from Bogota at 7:57 AM and arriving in Curaçao at 10:52 AM.
The Monday, Wednesday and Saturday flights from JetBlue will depart JFK at 9:32 a.m. and will have travelers in Curacao by the early afternoon with a 2:09 p.m. arrival from May to June. From June 16 and on, all flights, including the new Tuesday route, depart at 10:29 a.m. with a 3:08 p.m. arrival time.
Avianca also announced an upgrade in equipment for the Bogota flights. As of June 17, 2018, the flights will be operated with an Airbus 320, an additional weekly capacity of 350 seats. We look forward to welcoming more visitors from Colombia and other Latin American countries.