JetBlue to Launch New Flights to Havana, Mexico City

By Jesse Sokolow on 8 May 2018
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José Martí International Airport

José Martí International Airport

JetBlue Airways announced plans to launch new service to Havana from Boston and Fort Lauderdale this fall. The carrier said that it will also begin new flights to Mexico City from both New York and Boston.

On November 10, the airline will launch weekly flights between Boston’s Logan International Airport and Havana’s José Martí International Airport. The service, which will be offered on Saturdays, will be the first non-stop to Cuba from New England.

This will be followed by up to three daily flights between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Havana on November 11.

In addition, JetBlue will begin two daily non-stop flights to Mexico City from both Boston and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on October 25.

JetBlue will operate all new routes using Airbus A320 aircraft, equipped with 42 seats in Even More Space, the airline’s premium economy lite section, and 108 in coach. Premium economy lite-seats are 17.8” wide, the same as in coach, and have a pitch of 38” to 39”.

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