JetBlue Announces New Flights to Boston

JetBlue Airways recently expanded its service to include flights from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BMI) to Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS). . The four daily flights will complement JetBlue’s existing six daily flights between Boston and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

"JetBlue offers the most nonstop destinations from Boston than any other carrier, and we are happy to complement our existing service from The Hub to the D.C.-area with four new daily flights to Baltimore, the 57th destination in our route network," said Robin Hayes, JetBlue's executive vice president and chief commercial officer.

JetBlue’s new flights follow the recent expansion of many “value” carriers like Southwest Airlines, as consumers continue to look for more economical ways to travel.

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