JetBlue Announces New Service to Charleston, South Carolina

By Jesse Sokolow on 12 September 2012
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JetBlue Embraer 190

JetBlue Embraer 190

JetBlue Airways announced that it will launch new service connecting Boston and New York City to Charleston, South Carolina, beginning on February 28, 2013. With one daily flight from Charleston International Airport to Boston’s Logan International Airport, and twice daily nonstop service to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, Charleston will be the first South Carolina destination serviced by the airline.

The new routes will be operated with JetBlue’s fleet of Embraer E190s. Service aboard the 100-seat aircraft includes free and unlimited snacks and drinks, over 140 channels of free live television and radio at every seatback, and assigned leather seats in rows with no middle seat. Passengers will also get their first checked bag free.

JetBlue currently serves 71 cities with 700 daily flights and plans to launch service to Providence, Rhode Island; Cartagena, Colombia; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; and Samana, Dominican Republic this November.

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