To promote the new services, through May 7 JetBlue Airways is offering a one-way fare of $80 to Tampa and $90 to Fort Myers,...

JetBlue Airways is launching daily non-stop service to two new Florida destinations from Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut on Thursday, October 24.

The airline is launching winter seasonal service to Southwest Florida International Airport serving Fort Myers (IATA code RSW) and year-round service to Tampa International Airport (TPA).


JetBlue Airways introduced its 'Barcode' tailfin livery design on a newly delivered Airbus A320 on September 7, 2010

JetBlue Airways introduced its ‘Barcode’ tailfin livery design on a newly delivered Airbus A320 on September 7, 2010

 

To promote the new services, through May 7 JetBlue Airways is offering a one-way fare of $80 to Tampa and $90 to Fort Myers, for travel October 24 through November 20, 2013. Fares include government taxes and fees.

These promotional fares are available for travel on Mondays through Thursdays. Under the sale fares, there is a travel blackout from November 7 to November 12.

JetBlue already operates services to four southern destinations from Bradley International Airport (BDL): Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Orlando (MCO) and West Palm Beach (PBI) in Florida and San Juan in Puerto Rico (SJU).

The airline’s schedule between Hartford and Fort Myers will see its daily winter-seasonal flight leaving BDL at 11:40 a.m. and reaching RSW at 3:00 p.m. In the other direction, the return flight will depart RSW at 3:45 p.m. and arrive at BDL at 6:40 p.m. JetBlue cautions its schedules for October 24 through October 26 will vary from these regular schedule times.

JetBlue’s schedule between Hartford and Tampa will see its daily flight push back from the gate at BDL at 9:10 a.m. and touch down at TPA at 12:20 p.m. In the other direction, the return flight will begin taxiing at 12:25 p.m. and land at BDL at 3:15 p.m. Again, JetBlue says its schedules for the days October 24 through October 26 will vary slightly from these regular schedule times.

The carrier will operate its flights linking Hartford with Fort Myers and Tampa with Airbus A320 jets.