JetBlue will launch its longest-ever route this December, with a new service between New York-JFK and Guayaquil in Ecuador. The daily route will launch on Dec. 5 and will be 200 nautical miles longer than the carrier’s current longest service. Flights will depart JFK at 2 p.m., landing in Guayaquil at 9:04 p.m., with the return leg leaving at 10:55 p.m., and landing in New York at 5:13 a.m. the following day. The new nonstop route will be served by the carrier’s forthcoming A321 neo aircraft, which will feature the Collins Meridian seat with 18 inches of width, as well as the Thales Avant inflight entertainment system, with 10.1-inch HD screens and over 100 channels of live TV. JetBlue already operates flights from Fort Lauderdale to Guayaquil, as well as to Ecuador’s capital, Quito. Around one third of the carrier’s destinations are currently in Latin America and the Caribbean.