JetBlue to Begin Serving 7 New Cities as Part of Alliance with American

By Jesse Sokolow on 22 April 2021
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JetBlue Airways announced that it plans to add service to seven new locations from New York’s John F. Kennedy International and Boston Logan International airports. The move, which will include the carrier’s first flights to Canada, is part of the airline’s new Northeast Alliance with American Airlines.

The New York-based airline will begin service to San Antonio International Airport from both New York and Boston this October, as well as from New York to Ramón Villeda Morales International Airport in San Pedro Sula, Honduras in December.

In the first quarter of next year, the airline plans to begin flights between New York and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This will be followed in the second quarter of 2022 by flights from both Boston and New York to Kansas City International Airport.

The airline will begin service to Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport from both Boston and New York, also in the second quarter of next year. JetBlue will then begin flights to Vancouver International Airport in summer 2020, also from Boston and New York.

In addition, the carrier plans to serve Ashville Regional Airport in North Carolina from Boston, with flights set to commence next summer.

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