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JetBlue Expands New York Service

By Matt Grossman

 

JetBlue Airways Corp. is adding flights to more cities from New York airports and from Boston, expanding a partnership with American Airlines Group Inc.

JetBlue said Tuesday it will add terminal space at LaGuardia Airport, making use of gates at Terminal B, which was recently renovated. The airline will also continue to use the airport's Marine Air Terminal.

New JetBlue flights from LaGuardia this year will include trips to Jacksonville, Fla., Sarasota, Fla. and Savannah, Ga. Next year, flights will begin to New Orleans and Nashville, Tenn.

The airline said it will also launch new flights from Kennedy International Airport and from Boston, including service between Kennedy and San Antonio, Tx; Boston and San Antonio; JFK and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; and between the East Coast cities and Kansas City, Kan. and Milwaukee.

The new flights contribute to a partnership between JetBlue and American, with the JetBlue flight feeding international American service to new destinations such as Tel Aviv, Israel, Athens, Greece and Delhi, India.

 

Write to Matt Grossman at matt.grossman@wsj.com




      

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