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April 6, 2017

JetBlue Moves Forward With Mint Expansion Plan

JetBlue announced it is progressing with its Mint transcontinental expansion plan with the on-sale of new routes, introducing competition in east and west coast markets where customers are faced with decreasing choices and where other carriers sell dated business class options at a high cost.

For the first time, JetBlue is now offering Mint seats on two routes of New York’s JFK to both Las Vegas and San Diego, as well out of Boston to San Diego. In addition to the new Mint routes, JetBlue will expand Mint service between Boston and Los Angeles. JetBlue will also continue [...]

 
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October 17, 2016

Delta and JetBlue Add Multiple Flights and Destinations from Boston

Both Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways have announced they are expanding their flight offerings from Boston in the coming months.  JetBlue announced plans to grow its Boston focus city by more than 40 percent to 200 peak day departures, including the launch of its 63rd nonstop destination, Atlanta.  Delta is expanding in Boston with new service to San Francisco and Nashville, as well as more flights to Seattle and Milwaukee. By June 2017, Delta will have added more than 22 percent more seat capacity versus June 2014.

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September 26, 2016

JetBlue Adds New Choices Connecting California and Florida

JetBlue announced it is continuing to boost its transcontinental flight network with a new route and more Mint flights. First, the airline will add new nonstop flights between Orlando and Los Angeles. Additionally, seats on previously announced Mint flights between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and San Francisco are now on sale.

“This is a big win for our Florida and California customers who are eager to have more choices when traveling cross country,” said Dave Clark, vice president network planning, JetBlue. “The Sunshine State and the Golden State have been so important to [...]

 
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August 31, 2016

U.S. Department of Transportation Announces Final Selection of U.S. Airlines and Cities for New Service to Havana

Traveling to Havana, Cuba is soon expected to become much easier with the recent announcement made by the U.S Department of Transportation (DOT).  As part of the Obama Administration’s historic effort to normalize relations with Cuba, the DOT proposed to select eight U.S. airlines to begin scheduled flights between Atlanta, Charlotte, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York City, Orlando, and Tampa and Havana as early as this fall.  The proposal came nearly one year after the United States and Cuba reestablished diplomatic relations in July 2015 and today, the [...]

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