JetBlue Will Cut Major City Flights In Coming Weeks

JetBlue loyalists may have fewer flight choices next time they book. According to travel news source, the airline will phase off flights to 17 locations starting the first week of January 2024.

Flight data indicates the airline will discontinue flights from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport (ROC).

New York City metro region travelers will face the biggest cutbacks, including service between JFK and DCA and EWR and MIA.

In particular, the airline is cutting flights to L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA) in Bermuda, Nashville International Airport (BNA), Charleston International Airport (CHS)

Denver International Airport (DEN), Cape Cod Gateway Airport (HYA) in Hyannis, Massachusetts, Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), Portland International Jetport (PWM), and Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ).

The airline will also eliminate its LAX-CHS service, the sole move not affecting the northeast.

JetBlue has included a substantial service adjustment to its schedule cutbacks. JFK to Patrick Leahy Burlington International Airport (BTV) will be eliminated from the airline's network.

Exiting a market is painful, but we anticipate the air traffic controller shortfall to remain and cannot bring back this trip.

Officials instantly noticed JetBlue's leaving since it dramatically reduced Burlington's travel alternatives. Officials believed that 10% of airport passengers came from the route.

With this chance, we will cooperate with United, American Airlines, and Delta Air Lines to expand flights from Burlington to New York JFK.

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