JetBlue Airways on 10 December inaugurated services in Albany, with the first two destinations being Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. Flights will operate daily using the carrier’s A320s. The New York state airport celebrated the commencement of services with a fabulous cake. Also speaking at the event was Robin Hayes, President and CEO of JetBlue, as well as John O’Donnell, CEO of the Albany County Airport Authority.
- JetBlue Airways inaugurated services from Albany (ALB) on 10 December with flights to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Orlando (MCO). Both the 1939- and 1727-kilometre sectors down to the Floridian airports will operate daily according to OAG Schedules Analyser data, with each being flown by the carrier’s A320s. With JetBlue Airways entering these routes, it has also brought an end to the Southwest Airlines monopoly. It also operates a daily service between Fort Lauderdale and Albany, however it offers a 15 times weekly service between Orlando and the New York state airport. See how this airport’s FTWA competes against others from around the world.