JetBlue Airways has announced it will expand its schedule from its focus city at Boston Logan International Airport by 30 per cent by summer...

JetBlue Airways has announced a major expansion of service from its focus city at Boston Logan International Airport.

The airline, which already offers service to the most nonstop destinations of any carrier from Boston, plans to boost daily departures by 30 per cent by summer 2010. With its expanded schedule, JetBlue Airways and its growing base of 1,300 Boston crewmembers will offer travelers up to 78 daily flights to 33 destinations.


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Schedule highlights include:

● Two additional daily flights to Chicago/O’Hare, for a total of three;
● Two additional daily flights to Raleigh/Durham, for a total of three;
● One additional daily flight to Baltimore/Washington, for a total of five;
● One additional daily flight to Charlotte, for a total of three;
● One additional daily flight to Denver, for a total of two;
● One additional daily flight to Fort Lauderdale, for a total of four;
● One additional daily flight to San Diego, for a total of two;
● One additional daily flight to San Francisco, for a total of two;
● One additional daily flight to Washington/Dulles, for a total of seven;
● Four additional weekly flights to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, for a total of one daily; and
● One weekly flight to Montego Bay, Jamaica, for a total of one weekly (subject to receipt of government operating authority).

JetBlue says it will soon be announcing more schedule additions at Boston.

Flights and fares for JetBlue’s expanded Boston service will be available on Wednesday, November 4 at www.jetblue.com.

Customers traveling through Boston from most domestic destinations may also connect to services operated by JetBlue’s marketing partner, Cape Air, to fly onward to some of New England destinations that include Hyannis, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Provincetown, Massachusetts, and Rutland/Killington, Vermont. Cape Air and JetBlue are co-located at Boston’s Terminal C, offering travelers fast, same-terminal transfers.