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JetBlue launches Providence service

JetBlue launches Providence service

JetBlue Airlines has revealed it will begin service from T.F. Green International Airport near Providence, R.I., to Florida from November 29th.

T.F. Green will become the 75th destination within JetBlue’s route network.

JetBlue will initially offer two daily nonstop service to Orlando International Airport and one daily flight to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.

To mark the new service, Florida fares are as low as $75, until August 1st, valid for travel between November 29 to December 12.

“Over the last decade, customers across New England have selected JetBlue as their go-to travel partner, opting for our award-winning service and unbeatable product offerings over others at airports like Boston, Burlington, Hartford and Portland,” said JetBlue CEO Dave Barger.


“With our new nonstop service to Florida from Providence, we are providing even more options for an easy-access airport to the places our customers want to go, and we believe this added convenience will introduce and foster even more loyal fans of JetBlue throughout the Ocean State.”

“I am proud to welcome JetBlue Airways to Rhode Island,” Governor Lincoln Chafee said.

“The addition of JetBlue will have positive effects throughout the state: T.F. Green customers will have more flight options, the airport will enjoy the addition of new air service and jobs, and Rhode Island will continue to build its reputation as a great place to do business.

“JetBlue service makes T.F. Green Airport, in the heart of Warwick’s growing transportation hub and regional connectivity, an even more appealing option for the traveling public,” he added.