JetBlue will offer a new service to Japan on the first of the year.
The airline announced Monday that it will launch a new daily service to Tokyo and Osaka.
The service will cost ¥1,200 ($1.40) per person.
It will include one-way tickets to the two destinations, a round-trip fare of ¥800 ($1) per day, and an unlimited return ticket to Tokyo.
JetBlue’s new service is the latest in a series of announcements by the airline that aim to lure travelers from Japan.
The Japanese government launched its AirAsia Next flight program in 2014, and Japan Airlines has offered similar service since, although it has yet to reach the same success as the JetBlue.
JetStar is now also offering a new frequent-flier program to Japan.