JetBlue to Offer Twice-Weekly Service to Bozeman, Montana

By Anna Breuer on 14 December 2018
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DSC_0453JetBlue Airways announced its first destination in the state of Montana, Bozeman, which is near Yellowstone National Park.

The New York-based airline commenced twice-weekly flights between Long Beach Airportin California and Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport earlier in the week.

JetBlue will operate the flight on Thursdays and Sundays on what it called “a summer and winter seasonal schedule” using Airbus A320 aircraft.

Also known as Gallatin Field, the airport was renamed Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in 2011 to strengthen the association with Yellowstone National Park. It opened in 1920s as Seifert Airport as a site for the Civilian Pilot Training program at Montana State University.

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