JetBlue has announced new air connections in Miami and Key West, South Florida, as part of the restoration of its operational capacity after the coronavirus pandemic. The new option of air routes to and from these two destinations will be marketed from February 2021.
According to an airline statement, there will be a daily non-stop flight between Miami International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), New York Logan Boston International Airport (BOS) and New York Airport. Los Angeles International. (LOOSE).
JetBlue also announced the opening of other international destinations, such as Guatemala City and Los Cabos, in Mexico, both departing from Miami airport. This air terminal did not yet have international flights operated by JetBlue.
“The historic launch of JetBlue in Miami-Dade County with up to 14 daily flights is great news for our families, the tourism industry and the business community as we work to help our economy recover from the pandemic,” he said. . Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.
Seasonal JetBlue service to JFK Key West International Airport and Boston Logan also begins on February 11 and ends in April.
“This year has led us to find new ways to operate our business and we have adapted at a pace we have never seen before, rotating our network in response to changing customer demand,” the statement said. signed by Scott Laurence, Head of Revenue and Planning for JetBlue.
“We continue to play the crime to generate cash and support our business recovery. These network additions help us refine our geography in ways that make sense in today’s marketplace. “
Given the quarantine and closure measures, the aviation sector has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic.
JetBlue Airways is a low-cost American airline with corporate offices in Forest Hills, near the Queens district of New York City. Its main base is located at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
In 2001, JetBlue began operations at Long Beach Airport in Long Beach, California, and then at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2004.
It also has operations in Fort Lauderdale, Washington-Dulles, as well as at Orlando International Airport. The airline serves mainly destinations in the United States, with flights to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.
The aircraft fleet consists of Airbus models from France and Embraer from Brazil.