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New Routes are Taking Off from Frontier, American Airlines, and China Southern

August 8, 2014 at 9:37 AM | by | ()

Sometimes it’s hard to stay on top of all the new route announcements that come our way, so we’ve complied a little bit of a rundown below. As long as you can afford the fares, this should definitely help add to your passport stamp collection.

· JetBlue:
You might not have started to plan your winter holiday, but JetBlue already has started to do exactly that on your behalf. They’re adding a new Caribbean destination to their network, as flights between New York-JFK and Curacao will start up for the very first time on December 2. The planes and people will head back and forth two times per week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and it’ll be Airbus A320s responsible for heading high into the skies.

· American Airlines:
More flights in and out of Haiti, and this time it’s American Airlines bringing in the new connections. The carrier is adding a nonstop flight between Miami and Cap-Haitien—it’s on the northern coast of Haiti. This is the second destination to and from Haiti for American Airlines, and it looks like things will takeoff beginning on October 2. Boeing birds will be utilized—737-800s—and it’s a daily round trip option.

· Southwest Airlines:
We’ll have to wait a few months on this one, but it’s worth mentioning that Southwest Airlines has some new plans for some up in the air fun. The carrier is starting up nonstop flights between Dallas Love Field and San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport. Things are scheduled to head towards 35,000-feet beginning on January 6. Things are on sale to get butts in the seats, as one-way options can be had for around $119 each way. Just be sure to book by the end of the day, as then things go back to normal.

· China Southern Airlines:
If you’re looking to get out of New York City before the summer comes to a close give a call to China Southern Airlines. The carrier just started up a new nonstop between New York-JFK and Guangzhou. The airline is using a Boeing 777-300ER to get things done on this long haul flight, and the flights will operate out of Terminal 4 back in New York. It’ll be four times per week for the new flight, as you sit back—and try—to relax for 15 hours or so.

· Frontier Airlines:
It really seems that the Sunshine State just can’t get enough flights, and now it looks like Frontier Airlines is ready to add even more. Palm Beach International Airport is the focus this time, and on October 26 flights will be heading towards Denver on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. New flights also start on November 21, as the airline will be flying to both Trenton-Mercer Airport in New Jersey and Washington-Dulles. There’s a few introductory rates kicking around, so head to FlyFrontier.com and book by August 9.

[Photos: Jaunted & Aero Icarus]

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