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JetBlue further expanded its presence in Florida today with the inaugural flight between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Tallahassee International Airport (TLH). The year-round service will be offered daily.
Thank you to our incredible JetBlue Crew Members on board, and to everyone else, at JetBlue and our partners, who helped make this historic flight possible! pic.twitter.com/GtHgwQ5ItJ
— Rob Land (@Robert_C_Land) January 4, 2024
JetBlue currently offers service to nine other Florida airports, including Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), Key West International Airport (EYW), Miami International Airport (MIA),
Orlando International Airport (MCO), Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), Sarasota Bradenton International Airport (SRQ), Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW), and Tampa International Airport (TPA).
Robert Land, Head of Government Affairs and Associate General Counsel at JetBlue, said:
We are thrilled to introduce much needed competition and relief to a route that has suffered from high fares for decades. This new route further demonstrates our commitment to the Sunshine state and to providing low fares, great service and connectivity to customers in Fort Lauderdale, Tallahassee and beyond.”
The route between Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) is currently served by Silver Airways 6x weekly. JetBlue will operate this route using an Airbus A320 aircraft.
Anthony’s Take: JetBlue continues to expand both domestically and internationally. I’m waiting to see what happens with the acquisition of Spirit Airlines, but it’s great to see that is not slowing the carrier down in adding new routes.
(Featured Image Credit: JetBlue.)
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