All flight schedules from John F Kennedy International, New York, USA to Jose Marti International, Cuba. This route is operated by 1 airline(s), and the flight time is 3 hours and 44 minutes. The distance is 1326 miles.
The monthly calendar shows every direct flight departure from John F Kennedy International (JFK) with all airlines. Click on a date to see a list of flights or search for the best prices.
All weekly departures with JetBlue Airways. The week calendar shows every flight departure from New York (JFK) to Havana (HAV). Click on a blue date to see a list of flights.
Below is a list of aircraft types we have within our database with flights on this route. You can also see the aircrafts seat capacity together with classes.
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New York (JFK) - Los Angeles (LAX)
New York (JFK) - Orlando (MCO)
New York (JFK) - Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
New York (JFK) - Boston (BOS)
New York (JFK) - Santiago (STI)
For more destinations from New York with JetBlue Airways (B6), check out the JetBlue Airways route map .
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