JetBlue to Get 12 Slot Pairs at Reagan National

By Paul Riegler on 30 January 2014
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A JetBlue aircraft at JFK

A JetBlue aircraft at JFK

JetBlue Airways will receive 12 slot pairs at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport as part of the American Airlines Department of Justice settlement that allowed American’s merger with US Airways to proceed.

The New York-based airline said it will add 12 new round-trip flights to service it does not currently serve in addition to adding service to already existing routes.

American Airlines merged with US Airways in December.  The JetBlue slots are subject to final approval by the Department of Justice.

JetBlue has been serving Reagan National since 2010 and currently has 18 daily round-trip flights to Boston, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Orlando, Tampa, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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