April 9, 2012
Image courtesy of zhouxuan on Flickr
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March 21, 2012
Just when you thought the dust had settled on construction in Boston, there’s more to come!
This week, the Massachusetts Port Authority, which runs Logan Airport, approved a plan that will allow us to take over all 24 gates in Terminal C by Summer 2014 — giving us the infrastructure to reach our goal of operating 150 daily departures, which will make our BOS operation roughly the same size as our JFK operation!
By moving United Airlines to Terminal B over the next 18 months, we will become the sole operator at Terminal C, and the only airline at Logan to have its own terminal — a huge nod to our successful growth in New England’s biggest city!
In addition to the airline shuffle, Massport will build a new post-security link between Terminal C and E, allowing our international customers to make seamless connections (not just from JetBlue arrivals, but also from our growing list of airline partners at BOS including Aer Lingus, American, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, and Virgin Atlantic).
Massport’s proposed plan:
- Provide JetBlue all 24 gates in Terminal C
- Consolidate United’s Terminal A and C operations into Terminal B
- Build a post-security connector from our “40s” gates to the main part of Terminal C
- Build a post-security connector from Terminal C to Terminal E
- Move Virgin America from Terminal B to a yet-to-be-determined space
- Ultimately build connectors allowing customers to travel from Terminals A to E without going through security twice
February 18, 2012
For more than a decade, the Boston Business Journal has hosted the Book of Lists Gala—a large networking event for local executives. The gala was held at TD Garden, and it was our second year sponsoring it. Over 1,000 attendees represented top businesses in Boston from a variety of industries, and learned about our service and offerings.
February 13, 2012
We’re making peak season travel to Massachusetts’ beloved island playground even easier with the launch of a convenient daily full-size jet service from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) to Nantucket Memorial Airport (ACK) beginning May 17, 2012 through September 4. The island will be our 45th destination served nonstop from Logan (we begin service to our 44th destination, Dallas/Ft. Worth
, on May 1, 2012).
Image courtesy of specialkrb on Flickr
To celebrate the new service, flights are on sale today through March 12 at www.jetblue.com/new
for an all-in fare of $49 one-way for travel between May 17 and June 13, 2012 (blackout dates May 24 through May 29). Easy connections via Boston to Nantucket can also be made from other cities including Buffalo, Fort Lauderdale New York’s JFK, Orlando, Raleigh/Durham, San Francisco, San Juan, Tampa, Washington, D.C. (DCA) and West Palm Beach. We also serve the island nonstop seasonally from New York’s JFK with two daily flights.
Our schedule between Boston and Nantucket:
|BOS to ACK:
||ACK to BOS:
|Depart – Arrive
||Depart – Arrive
|4:50 p.m. – 5:42 p.m.
||6:20 p.m. – 7:17 p.m.
|- Flights operate from May 17 – Sept. 4, 2012 -
Since launching service in Boston in 2004, we’ve added an average of five new destinations per year, and now serves the most cities in Logan’s entire history as an airport. We celebrated a milestone with 100 daily flights in 2011. In addition to this new seasonal nonstop service on JetBlue to Nantucket from Boston, year-round access to Nantucket and other Cape and Islands destinations will continue through our partnership with Massachusetts-based airline Cape Air.
December 15, 2011
Today we celebrate inaugural seasonal service to the warm and tropical U.S. Virgin Islands, with at least five weekly flights between Logan International Airport (BOS) and St. Thomas International Airport (STT). The southbound flight to St. Thomas will operate non-stop, and the northbound flight to Boston will operate via San Juan, Puerto Rico. As a Caribbean-loving airline, we now boast 43 nonstop destinations out of Boston to points all over the our growing network.
To celebrate the new service, flights are on sale today through Dec. 22, 2011 at www.jetblue.com/new for as low as $149 for travel Jan. 5 – Feb. 15, 2012. The service dovetails the December 12 start of service from San Juan, Puerto Rico to St. Thomas and St.Croix, the airline’s 69th and 70th destinations.
Our schedule between Boston and St. Thomas:
|Boston to St. Thomas:
||St. Thomas to Boston:
|Depart – Arrive
||Depart – Arrive
|9:20 a.m. – 2:28 p.m.
||3:20 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. (+1 stop)
|- Flights operate at least 5x a week -
- Northbound flights will operate via San Juan-
December 13, 2011
Last week we announced that we’ll start flying nonstop between Boston and Dallas/Fort Worth, our 71st BlueCity. Today tickets go on sale for service beginning May 1, 2012 for just $129 each way for travel between May 1 and June 27, 2012. Don’t delay; head to jetblue.com and book today! Sale lasts today through December 22, 2011!
Our schedule between Boston and Dallas/Fort Worth:
|Boston (BOS) to Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW):
||Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Boston (BOS):
|Depart – Arrive
||Depart – Arrive
|7:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
||7:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
|1:50 p.m. – 5:05 p.m.
||11:30 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.
|6:50 p.m. – 10:05 p.m.
||5:45 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
December 5, 2011
On Thursday, we took part in one of the most storied traditions of the Boston holiday season – the annual tree lighting ceremony in Boston Common, hosted by Mayor Menino. Dozens of local JetBlue crewmembers were on hand to offer up blue candy canes and special discount offers at this hugely attended event.
Here are some pictures of the JetBlue elves hard at work!
December 1, 2011
This evening we’re taking part in one of the most storied traditions of the Boston holiday season – the annual tree lighting ceremony in Boston Common.
Image courtesy of cdevers on Flickr
Dozens of local JetBlue crewmembers will be on hand offering up blue candy canes and special discount offers at this hugely attended event. As if they weren’t enough of a draw, Boston native and former New Kids on the Block heartthrob Joey McIntyre will be among the event’s special guests!
Stop by for a skating show on the Frog Pond beginning at 5:30 p.m. and stick around for the lighting ceremony which will run from 6-8 p.m.
The event is free to all. See you there!
Did you know…? Boston’s massive Christmas tree is an annual gift to the city from the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. For decades Nova Scotia has sent a tree to Boston to thank them for relief support provided in the wake of the 1917 Halifax Explosion, the world’s largest man-made accidental explosion.
November 28, 2011
Last week, we opened two brand new gates in our new space at Logan International Airport in Boston – and there’s still one more gate to go! Our gates were acquired from AirTran and our new space looks beautiful. Great work to our teams for a job well done!
November 22, 2011
More than 400 people turned out for our second Wings for Autism event at our Boston station this past Saturday. For many families, this was the first time they stepped inside an airport, let alone onboard a plane (which meant 10 years for some people).
The idea behind Wings for Autism was to create a safe environment for families to take on the challenges of traveling with an autistic child and be surrounded by those in similar situations. By practicing the airport and flight experience (without actually leaving the airport!), both parents and their children with special needs can gain the familiarity and confidence needed to fly for real when the time comes. Families, alongside our crewmembers, practiced:
- The check-in process
- TSA screening
- Preparing for take-off
The families also received a safety briefing and toured the flight deck with one of our captains and first officers!
Below is a sample of the positive feedback our Boston team received after participating in Wings for Autism, just one of many more rave reviews that have come through:
“I cannot thank you enough for your assistance in making our ‘surprise’ trip to Disneyworld so successful, especially for our son. From the guided tour and plane visit on 10/1 to the ease of going through security and getting settled on the plane on the day of our trip, our vacation was amazing and we have you (and countless other JetBlue employees) to thank. For an autistic child the unknown can be very scary and stressful, and because of you our son was excited and ready from the start. I have been sharing our story with friends and family and encouraging them to fly JetBlue when they travel in the future – I know we will.”
Thank you for our Boston Crewmembers for their outstanding support of this cause!
Learn about our first Wings for Autism event held in Boston back in May, 2011.