Articles Tagged ‘jetBlue’
Following a few unsettling years, Tampa, FL, is now back on the growth track. But which airline has increased its presence the most in the Florida airport over last year? Which is the largest international destination by capacity? And what new routes will the New Year bring?
JetBlue launches three routes to the Caribbean; gets a cake-tastic welcome in Samaná, Dominican Republic
JetBlue now flies to Grand Cayman from both New York JFK and Boston; adds flights from New York JFK to Samana in the Dominican Republic.
JetBlue commences services from New York JFK to Cartagena in Colombia.
jetBlue extends lead over Delta at Boston Logan; JAL launches first non-stop Dreamliner flights to Tokyo
Boston ranks 19th among US airports and was one of the fastest-growing US major airports last year. But which airlines have been adding (and reducing) capacity and which new routes have been launched this year? And which European destination is served by four airlines?
JetBlue starts daily flights to Washington D.C.’s Ronald Reagan National Airport from San Juan in Puerto Rico.
Only 11 new routes were launched worldwide last week, but other occasions were celebrated with cakes. Which US state welcomed the announcement of two new jetBlue routes? And why is Miami a bit more like London, Paris and Tokyo?
jetBlue starts four new routes to Florida, including three from LaGuardia to Fort Myers, Sarasota/Bradenton and Tampa.
JetBlue adds Dallas/Fort Worth and Nantucket to confirm #1 position at Boston Logan; now serves 45 destinations
JetBlue’s network at Boston continues to grow season by season but which were its 12 busiest routes in 2011, and what load factors were achieved on each route? What competition does it face on its routes, and which major East Coast airports has it started serving in the last two years?
jetBlue now flies from Boston to Nantucket in Massachusetts and between San Juan in Puerto Rico and Florida’s Palm Beach.
jetBlue now serves Dallas/Fort Worth Airport from its base at Boston Logan Airport. The low-cost airline also connects Fort Lauderdale, Florida with Colombia’s capital Bogota.
JetBlue connects NY Newark and San Juan in Puerto Rico, and Fort Lauderdale and Kingston in Jamaica.
Allegiant Air has a rival in Spirit Airlines as the fastest-growing US carrier. But which other carriers reported double-digit growth in Q1? How many airlines reported fuller aircraft in March? And which recently announced new route did anna.aero predict back in August 2010?