JetBlue Inaugurates New Service Linking Boston and New York with Milwaukee and Kansas City

By Kurt Stolz on 28 March 2022
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JetBlue Airways inaugurated new service linking New York City and Boston with both Milwaukee and Kansas City.

The first flights from New York’s John F. Kennedy International and Boston Logan International airports left for Milwaukee Mitchell International and Kansas City International airports early Monday morning.

The move was based on customer and employee request.

“Our customers and crewmembers have been asking for years to add flights to the Midwest and we listened,“ said Andrea Lusso, the carrier’s vice president network planning.

The addition of the flights is also part of JetBlue’s coordination with Northeast Alliance partner American Airlines.

The alliance will offer close to 500 daily departures from New York’s three major airports and 200 daily departures from Boston, the airline said.

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