JetBlue Launches Los Angeles-New York/Boston Flights


JetBlue launches twice daily coast-to-coast service from Los Angeles (LAX) to New York (JFK) and Boston.

The New York-based carrier already offers flights to the East Coast and other locals from the airports in Long Beach and Burbank. Schedules for those flights remain unchanged. But now JetBlue has expanded its services to include twice daily cross country flights from the coast's busiest airports.

To celebrate the new service, today through June 26, JetBlue is offering a special $109 online sale fare between LAX and JFK or Boston for travel between September 8 and November 11, 2009.

JetBlue's new LAX service will be operated with the airline's spacious Airbus A320, which offers seating for 150 including the most legroom in coach of any U.S. airline. Customers can upgrade to an Even More Legroom seat for an additional $40.

Jet Blue is also celebrating their 'Let the Music Play' campaign with long-standing partner, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation, mobilizing people all over the country to make a donation to support music education in public schools in New York, Boston and Los Angeles at JetBlue pledges to match up to $30,000 donated through the campaign.


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