JetBlue to Add 30 New Routes in the U.S.

By Kurt Stolz on 19 June 2020
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JetBlue Airways announced plans to add and restart 30 new routes starting this summer, amidst the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

The news follows the airline’s announcement of new Mint business-class service from Newark Liberty International Airport to San Francisco and Los Angeles. They will be phased in from now through October.

“We continue to be flexible with our network plans to respond to demand trends and generate cash in support of our business,” said Scott Laurence, head of revenue and planning at the airline.

The new routes include linking the airline’s hub at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Minneapolis, and St. Thomas; adding flights from LaGuardia Airport to Fort Meyers and Tampa; and connecting Philadelphia to Fort Meyers, Orlando, Palm Beach, and San Juan.

The airline is adding and restarting other destinations from Fort Lauderdale, Newark, Orlando, Palm Beach, and Tampa as well.

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