JetBlue to End All Service to Mexico City in Early 2020

By Anna Breuer on 20 October 2019
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DSC_1561 (1)JetBlue Airways, which currently offers non-stop flights from four U.S. cities to Mexico City, will discontinue all service to the capital city in early January.

The New York-based airline, which began flying to Mexico City in 2015, currently operates flights from Boston, Fort Lauderdale, New York, and Orlando. It is the only airline operating service to Mexico City from Boston and Fort Lauderdale.

JetBlue will be the third U.S. carrier to end operations to Mexico City.  Alaska Airlines exited the market in November 2018 and Southwest Airlines flew its last flight there in March 2019.

“Exiting Mexico City will allow us to redeploy additional aircraft on our top performing routes where demand for JetBlue’s award winning service and low fares is growing,” the airline said in a statement.

The last day of service will be January 8, 2020.

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