A JetBlue themed cake in between Reno-Tahoe and New York City cupcake tables symbolises the JetBlue service bringing the two regions together, while the cake shows the symbolic tail liveries of JetBlue aircraft. To mark the occasion, a special ceremony was held in the terminal to celebrate the new flights to New York JFK.
- JetBlue Airways began its latest domestic route from New York JFK (JFK) on 28 May, with the start of a new four times weekly service to Reno-Tahoe (RNO), in Nevada. The 3,869-kilometre sector will be flown using A320s, and faces no direct competition. Commenting on the route launch, John Checketts, JetBlue’s Director of Route Planning, said: “We are thrilled to finally connect Reno-Tahoe International and New York JFK. A non-stop link between the East Coast and Reno-Tahoe is long overdue.” From 18 June, the service will increase to a daily operation according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. See how Reno-Tahoe Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.