The Haitian government’s requirement that arriving U.S. passengers must present medical clearance for the coronavirus has led to the cancellation of all flights by U.S.-based carrier JetBlue into Port-au-Prince’s Toussaint Louverture International Airport, the Miami Herald has learned.
“Officially, we have canceled all of the flights to Port-au-Prince for the foreseeable future with no resumption date,” said JetBlue spokesman Derek Dombrowski.
Dombrowski did not say why the decision was taken by JetBlue, which operates daily flights into Port-au-Prince from Fort Lauderdale and John F. Kennedy International Airport out of New York, and also operates fights out of Orlando and Boston on various days of the week.
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