JetBlue Airways has announced its new twice-daily service between Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport will begin on November...

JetBlue Airways has announced its new twice-daily service between Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport will begin on November 12.

Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport will be JetBlue Airways’ second destination from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (IATA code BWI), the carrier having launched non-stop service between BWI and Boston Logan International Airport in 2009.


For the first 15 years of the airline's existence, the Airbus A320 has provided the backbone of JetBlue Airways' fleet in terms of numbers of aircraft operated. However, the airline is rapidly increasing the proportion of higher-capacity A321s in its fleet and by the early 2020s JetBlue will be operating almost as many A321s as A320s

For the first 15 years of the airline’s existence, the Airbus A320 has provided the backbone of JetBlue Airways’ fleet in terms of numbers of aircraft operated. However, the airline is rapidly increasing the proportion of higher-capacity A321s in its fleet and by the early 2020s JetBlue will be operating almost as many A321s as A320s

 

Seats are now available for purchase on the new service and JetBlue is now offering an introductory one-way fare of $49 in either direction.

All introductory-fare tickets must be purchased by March 18. Travel under JetBlue’s introductory fares in either direction on the Baltimore/ Washington-Fort Lauderdale route is valid between November 12 and December 16, 2015.

Baltimore/Washington is one of several new destinations JetBlue will add from Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL) this year.

JetBlue Airways, which has a total of  84 Embraer 190s in service or on order and is one of the largest operators of Embraer's E-Jets family, operates its 190s in 100-seat configuration. E-Jets have become popular with passengers because they are fairly large jets but their four-abreast seating configuration means there are no middle seats

JetBlue Airways, which has a total of 84 Embraer 190s in service or on order and is one of the largest operators of Embraer’s E-Jets family, operates its 190s in 100-seat configuration. E-Jets have become popular with passengers because they are fairly large jets but their four-abreast seating configuration means there are no middle seats

 

On April 30, the airline will launch non-stop service from FLL to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW).

With these additional routes, JetBlue will serve 36 cities in the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America on a non-stop basis from Fort Lauderdale, its most important South Florida focus-city airport.

JetBlue’s schedule between Baltimore/Washington International Airport and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood will see its first flight departing BWI at 7:30 a.m. daily from November 12 and landing at FLL at 10:09 a.m.

A JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 is photographed docked at gate D5 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from exit-row window seat 10A on another JetBlue A320, which was departing from gate D4

A JetBlue Airways Airbus A320 is photographed docked at gate D5 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from exit-row window seat 10A on another JetBlue A320, which was departing from gate D4

 

Its second flight will leave BWI at 1:09 p.m. daily from November 12 and arrive at FLL at 3:54 p.m.

In the other direction, JetBlue’s first flight will push back from the gate at FLL at 9:50 a.m. daily from November 12 and touch down at BWI at 12:26 p.m.

The airline’s second flight will vacate its FLL gate at 7:15 p.m. and get to BWI at 9:58 p.m.

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