JetBlue Airways expands domestic network with four routes

Jacksonville Airport welcomed JetBlue Airways

On 18 December, Jacksonville Airport welcomed JetBlue Airways’ twice-daily flights from Washington Reagan with a cake ceremony in the terminal. This sector is already operated by US Airways’ 31 weekly flights.

  • JetBlue Airways expanded its domestic network with the addition of four new services. Firstly, the American LCC, commenced three new airport pairs from Washington Reagan (DCA) to Fort Myers (RSW), Jacksonville  (JAX) and Palm Beach (PBI), all of which are operated by the airline’s 100-seat E190s. Besides this, on 5 January, the LCC introduced twice-daily flights on the 666-kilometre sector from San Francisco (SFO) to Las Vegas (LAS), utilising its 150-seat A320s. JetBlue will face direct competition on all four new additions from US Airways, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin America. See how Jacksonville Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
18 Dec Washington Reagan (DCA) Fort Myers (RSW) E190 (7) US Airways (14), Southwest Airlines (7)
Jacksonville (JAX) E190 (14) US Airways (31)
Palm Beach (PBI) E190 (7) US Airways (17), American Airlines (7)
05 Jan San Francisco (SFO) Las Vegas (LAS) A320 (14) United Airlines (72), Virgin America (44),
Southwest Airlines (39)
Source: Innovata / Diio Mi for w/c 6 January 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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