Jet Blue said this week that it has provided free flights into New York City for about 670 law enforcement personnel traveling to the funeral of Rafael Ramos, one of the two New York City police officers who were ambushed and killed in the line of duty last week.

The airline this week said it would arrange flights for two officers from each police department to fly into the city for the funeral of the two fallen officers.

A spokeswoman for Jet Blue said that the airline is also making arrangements to help fly the family of officer Wenjian Liu from oversees with the help of a partner carrier.

“As New York’s hometown airline, we are honored to be able to support the community in this way,” the airline said.

Ramos’s body was brought to a church in Queens on Friday for a viewing and church service later in the day. He was a longtime, active member of Christ Tabernacle Church, the Rev. Adam Durso said in a statement. Vice President Biden is expected to attend Ramos’s funeral on Saturday.

The date and time of Liu’s funeral will be set when his family arrives from China, a NYPD official told Newsday.