DORAL, FL – JetBlue, a low-cost airline, will begin flying to Miami with routes to four U.S. destinations: Boston, Los Angeles, New York-JFK and Newark.
According to the Miami International Airport website, this will the first time ever the airline includes Miami in its service.
As one of the busiest airlines in the U.S. with 42 million passengers in 2019, from February 11, 2021 JetBlue plans to fly up to four times daily to Boston, up to twice daily to Los Angeles, up to four times daily to New York-JFK and up to four times daily to Newark.
The Miami-Los Angeles route will feature JetBlue Mint®, the airline’s premium travel experience. “The maximum of 14 daily flights would instantly make JetBlue one of MIA’s busiest passenger airlines,” reads the press release.
“JetBlue’s historic launch into Miami-Dade County with up to 14 daily flights is great news for our families, tourism industry, and business community, as we work to help our economy rebound from the pandemic. I proudly welcome JetBlue to Miami-Dade. And I’m pleased to see them taking important steps to keep passengers and employees safe and healthy,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava.
Miami International Airport also expressed its gratitude towards the airline for expanding its operations to what is considered the busiest airport in the U.S.
“…Welcoming one of the world’s leading low-cost carriers and busiest airlines to our network is a major landmark event in our airport’s history. Their new daily flights on four popular U.S. routes provide a diverse menu of travel options to our passengers and will generate increased business revenue and job creation in our community,” said Lester Sola, MIA Director and CEO.
“With JetBlue service now stretching from Miami to Fort Lauderdale to West Palm we have a winning combination of service that will set us up for continued success in the Sunshine State,” expressed Scott Laurence, head of revenue and planning of JetBlue.
JetBlue has its headquartered in New York and is the city’s hometown Airline. It serves nearly 100 domestic and international BlueCities and will soon also include Magic City.