ALBANY, N.Y. — The Latest on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s visit to Puerto Rico (all times local):

10:20 p.m.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says he witnessed “breathtaking” devastation in Puerto Rico during a visit to drop off supplies and show support following Hurricane Maria.

The Democrat says he saw hundreds of homes with significant damage during his one-day visit Friday. Cuomo’s office says Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello asked his New York counterpart for assistance.

Cuomo flew on a donated JetBlue aircraft that officials said was the first flight to depart for San Juan since the storm. The state is also sending drinking water, ready-to-eat meals, electrical generators and other supplies.

Last week, Cuomo traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands following Hurricane Irma.

New York plans to send about 240 National Guardsmen and state troopers to assist Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

11:29 p.m.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is heading to the Caribbean for the second time in a week to get a firsthand look at hurricane damage.

The Democrat departed from JFK Airport Friday morning for Puerto Rico. The state is also sending drinking water, ready-to-eat meals, electrical generators and other supplies for the island territory ravaged by Hurricane Maria.

Cuomo’s office says Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello asked his New York counterpart for assistance to help the recovery.

Cuomo is traveling on a donated JetBlue aircraft that officials said was the first flight to depart for San Juan since the storm.

Last week Cuomo traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands following Hurricane Irma.

New York plans to send about 240 National Guardsmen and state troopers to assist Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

10:07 a.m.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is heading to the Caribbean for the second time in a week to get a firsthand look at the damage left behind by a hurricane.

The Democrat departed from JFK Airport Friday morning for the U.S. territory. He announced Thursday that New York state emergency response officials will help recovery efforts on the island ravaged by Hurricane Maria.

Cuomo’s office says Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello asked his New York counterpart for emergency goods and services to help the recovery.

Cuomo’s trip comes a week after he traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands at the invitation of the territory’s governor to see the damage caused by Hurricane Irma. Cuomo vowed to send New York aid to the devastated islands.

Maria has delayed the deployment of 130 New York National Guardsmen and state troopers to the USVI.

6:26 a.m.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is heading to the Caribbean for the second time in a week to get a firsthand look at the damage left behind by a hurricane.

The Democrat announced Thursday that he’ll travel to Puerto Rico with New York state emergency response officials to help recovery efforts on the island ravaged by Hurricane Maria. Cuomo is holding a news conference Friday morning at JFK Airport before his flight departs.

Cuomo’s office says Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello asked his New York counterpart for emergency goods and services to help the recovery.

Cuomo’s trip comes a week after he traveled to the U.S. Virgin Islands at the invitation of the territory’s governor to see the damage caused by Hurricane Irma. Cuomo vowed to send New York aid to the devastated islands.