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Thread: Jet Blue Flash Sale today only, Friday June 15

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    Default Jet Blue Flash Sale today only, Friday June 15

    Ok, not Bonaire but super cheap.

    Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL) to San Juan, PR (SJU) for $60 (6/27/18)
    San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) to St. Thomas, USVI (STT) for $40 (7/5/18)

    Here's the full list
    https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/14/toda...hoo&yptr=yahoo

    Joe

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    Someday JB to Bon.

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    If AA is successful with 3-4 flights a week from MIA - hopefully JB will consider FLL flights to compete with them. 🤞

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    You can go on the JB website to suggest Bon as a new route. Hoping for JB from NY as the airfares from NY to Bon are ridiculously high. Been going to CUR instead past couple of years. JB flies to CUR from NY nonstop for a 1/2 to 1/4 of the fares to BON. G

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaParrotHead View Post
    If AA is successful with 3-4 flights a week from MIA - hopefully JB will consider FLL flights to compete with them. 🤞
    AA's prices are to high and for many of us require an overnight in Miami. It is both cheaper and more convenient to fly to Curacao, overnight in Cur, then do the hop the next morning to Bonaire. Flying off-season, mid-week, cheapest flights (air miles) flying to Bon instead of Cur costs 2.2X as much.

    It might make more sense for AA to stop in Cur then fly on to Bon to fill their planes, reversing the trip the next morning.

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    So far I see nothing really about AA that improves travel for us to Bon, at least from the Northeast. Fares are too high, as high as the nonstops.

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