Kayak flights and jet blue flights are returning to the United States, after nearly a year of limbo.
The airline announced late Thursday that it was returning to flights starting at 12 p.m.
Kayak has already announced that JetBlue would fly to New York from its terminal at LaGuardia Airport on Thursday and Friday.
The departure of JetBlue and Kayak marks the final step in a four-year process of moving the company’s global operations to the U.S.
The U.K.-based airline has been in the U, Europe and Australia, but it has struggled to keep its operations in the United Kingdom, where it operates a handful of routes.
The U.k. is a more profitable market for Kayak than it is for JetBlue, and the U is where the airline plans to invest most of its money to increase the number of seats on its flights.