Posted on: 19 August 2014 by Mark Howells
Jacksonville, Florida (JAX) is set to become the sixth new destination served by JetBlue from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) this year.
The airline will launch the direct twice-daily route on 18 December, the same day as it plans to inaugurate flights from DCA to two other Florida destinations: Fort Myers (RSW) and West Palm Beach (PBI).
Other JetBlue services which launched from DCA during 2014 include flights to Charleston, South Carolina (CHS), Hartford, Connecticut (BDL), and Nassau, Bahamas (NAS).
"Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a vital part of the JetBlue network and we are pleased to continue to grow our presence here,” explained Rob Land, JetBlue’s senior vice-president of government affairs and associate general counsel.
He continued, “With a sixth new service within just six months, we will offer up to 30 daily nonstop flights out of DCA by the end of the year.”