New York-based JetBlue Airways will expand out of its focus cities at Boston and Fort Lauderdale, with a new year-round route from each airport.
Service from Boston to Salt Lake City begins 12 May, followed by flights from Fort Lauderdale to San Diego on 16 June.
Both routes will operate daily, with Airbus A320 aircraft.
“We are so pleased to continue JetBlue’s growth in our east coast focus cities and in the western US with these two new nonstop routes,” says Dave Clark, vice-president network planning at JetBlue.
JetBlue will compete against Delta Air Lines on Boston-Salt Lake City, schedules in Innovata show. It will be the only carrier operating nonstop between Fort Lauderdale and San Diego. American Airlines operates nonstop between Miami and San Diego.
Boston will become JetBlue's fourth destination out of Salt Lake City. The carrier will operate up to 140 daily flights to more than 60 destinations from Boston in mid-2016.
Fort Lauderdale will be JetBlue's third nonstop city out of San Diego. The airline will soon offer more than 100 daily flights out of Fort Lauderdale.
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