JetBlue is getting ready to put some of its parked planes back in the air this summer.
Between July and October, the New York-based airline will add 30 new routes tailored to leisure travelers who want to see friends and relatives after months in lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic
Some of the new routes, including daily flights between Newark, New Jersey, and Los Angeles and San Francisco, include MintService, JetBlue’s premium passenger experience, which features lie-flat seats, free entertainment, special meals and pre-takeoff cocktails.
In addition, JetBlue is restoring nine routes that were temporarily halted during the height of the pandemic as well as service to several popular summer destinations such as Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; and the Puerto Rican cities of Aguadilla and Ponce.
Seats on the new routes will be available to purchase on Friday.
Below are some routes they are planning to re add to their flight schedules.
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JetBlue is adding 30 new routes tailored to leisure travelers and restoring seasonal routes and service that had been halted due to the pandemic.
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