JetBlue has announced plans to add daily Miami-Hartford service to its network on June 24. The new service will bring JetBlue’s daily flights at MIA to a total of 15.
“Congratulations to JetBlue and Miami International Airport on this exciting announcement about additional flights starting soon between Miami-Dade County and Hartford,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “JetBlue’s new service means more travel options and jobs for our residents, as we accelerate the safe return of our tourism economy.”
On February 11 – the airline’s 21st birthday – JetBlue began its first Miami flights with service to four U.S. cities: Boston (up to four times daily); Los Angeles (up to twice daily); New York-JFK (up to four times daily); and Newark (up to four times daily). The Miami-Los Angeles route features JetBlue Mint®, the airline’s premium travel experience.
“We eagerly look forward to welcoming JetBlue’s new Hartford service at Miami International Airport, and we applaud them for announcing a fifth route just one month after launching first-ever Miami flights,” said Lester Sola, MIA director and CEO. “JetBlue is already one of our busiest airlines, and we are excited to see their presence grow even stronger with daily Hartford service beginning this summer.”
“We welcome JetBlue’s expansion at Bradley International Airport and the addition of new, nonstop service to Miami,” said Kevin. A. Dillon, A.A.E., Executive Director of the Connecticut airport authority. “This new route, which follows JetBlue’s other recent route launches, is a significant vote of confidence in our airport and the market we serve. We appreciate JetBlue’s continued investment in our region and are confident that our strengthened partnership will provide major benefits for our travelers.”