New Year—New Routes and More

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As we kick off 2020 and prepare to celebrate our 20th anniversary next month, we’ve got some exciting changes in the air, including a new Central American destination and more flights in some of our most popular markets, as well some adjustments to our Caribbean and West Coast routes.

 

From one City to another.
Starting June 1, 2020, JetBlue will offer service to and from Guatemala, with daily nonstop service between Guatemala City’s La Aurora International Airport (GUA)*, and New York (JFK). You can book those flights starting today.

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Mountain time.
We’re expanding our service between the east coast and Bozeman, MT, with flights from New York (JFK) and Boston operating on both a Summer seasonal and winter seasonal schedule starting in June. New York flights will operate three times weekly or up to daily at various times throughout the seasons. Boston flights will operate twice weekly on Saturdays and Wednesdays.

The fastest-growing city in the state, Bozeman is a mecca of outdoor recreation. In addition to being centrally located between the north and west entrances to Yellowstone National Park, it’s just a short drive to two world-class ski areas, Big Sky Resort and Bridger Bowl, which means accessing this incredible area is now easier than ever. Ready for adventure this Summer? You can book those flights now.

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Music to your ears.
Starting today, we’re also making it easier for New Yorkers to get their music and hot chicken fix, with service between New York (JFK) and Nashville! Flights will operate twice daily starting April 28, 2020.

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More changes in the air.
Throughout 2020, JetBlue will increase flights on more than a half dozen popular routes during peak travel periods in New York, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Latin America and the Caribbean.

We will be ending service to Oakland (OAK) starting April 29, 2020, but will continue to serve Bay Area customers from airports in San Francisco and San Jose. In addition, we’ll be reducing or eliminating flights on a half dozen short-haul routes in Long Beach as well as additional flights from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.

Nearly three and a half years after becoming the first airline to operate commercial service between the U.S. and Cuba in more than 50 years, we remain committed to serving Cuba via Havana’s José Martí International Airport (HAV). At the same time, changes to the regulatory landscape have affected travel trends to the island. To best meet current demand, we will adjust schedules to maintain up to three daily flights to Havana from Fort Lauderdale and revise to once weekly service on Saturdays from New York-JFK. Through these gateway cities, we will continue to offer customers convenient nonstop and connecting options to Cuba from across the airline’s network.

*Subject to receipt of government operating authority.