JetBlue Airways has relocated its daily flights to Boston and New York JFK from Houston after switching its base from William P. Hobby Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
The airline’s operations in Houston will be changed later this year. The final day of flying at Hobby Airport will be 26 October, 2019 and the first day of flying at Bush Intercontinental will be 27 October 27, 2019. JetBlue plans to operate from Bush Intercontinental’s Terminal A.
The airline has also added new routes from New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) including a three-weekly Airbus A320 connection to Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría International Airport in San Jose beginning 1 November, 2019.
New York-JFK service in San José will complement JetBlue’s daily service between Costa Rica’s capital and the airlines’ focus cities in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
Additionally, JetBlue also offers nonstop service, including seasonal flights, to Liberia, Costa Rica from the airline’s home at New York-JFK. JetBlue first began serving Costa Rica with San José service more than a decade ago in March 2009.
JetBlue has also launched a new three-weekly Caribbean route to Guadeloupe from New York JFK and will start the link from February 2020. It will be the only airline flying the sector
“With its combination of French flair and Caribbean coolness, Guadeloupe will offer our customers an all-new and exciting destination to escape to this winter,” said Andrea Lusso, director route planning, JetBlue.
“We continue to build our New York focus city strategy and by adding another unique destination we reinforce our position in the Caribbean, where JetBlue continues to serve more nonstop destinations from JFK than any other carrier.”
JetBlue will operate Guadeloupe service using its Airbus A320 aircraft.