Jetblue adds three routes from Ronald Reagan Airport

28th Dec 2014
Jetblue adds three routes from Ronald Reagan Airport

JetBlue Airways is adding three more non-stop routes from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, all to Florida.

New flights will carry passengers to Fort Myers, Jacksonville, and West Palm Beach.

Service to Jacksonville is twice daily, while Fort Myers and West Palm Beach will enjoy daily service.

This year, JetBlue has significantly increased its presence at Reagan National, adding a total of six routes and also increasing frequencies in existing markets.

Earlier this year, flights to Charleston, SC, Hartford, Conn., and Nassau, Bahamas, were launched, and service to Tampa, Fla., was boosted with a second daily flight.


“Washington has been a major focus of investment and growth for JetBlue in recent years, and we are pleased to now fly our full schedule of 30 daily roundtrips.

“Not only are we bringing lower and more reasonable fares to the heart of Washington DC, we are also providing customers with our award-winning service, proving the JetBlue effect is a true win-win for the public,” said Rob Land, senior vice president, government affairs and associate general counsel.


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