JetBlue Cuts Flights to Boston, Charleston, Nashville, and Savannah

by Anthony Losanno

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As the Northeast Alliance with American Airlines continues to wind down (more here), JetBlue Airways is making adjustments to its schedule and cutting multiple flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA).

JetBlue Plane

The Points Guy is reporting that JetBlue will end service to Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) on October 28th. Charleston International Airport (CHS) and Nashville International Airport (BNA) will also be cut down from 2x daily to once per day.

Finally, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) will see flights reduced from 12x to 8x daily. American Airlines will resume flying the route 4x daily on October 29th.

All of these routes were added in 2021 as a way to boost both American and JetBlue with codeshares, perks for elite members, and coordinated schedules.

Anthony’s Take: With the Northeast Alliance winding down, it will be interesting to see if American adds any more flights at LaGuardia and where JetBlue will reallocate the aircraft previously used here.

(Image Credits: JetBlue Airways.)

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