JetBlue aims for 200 peak day departures from Boston Logan

JetBlue is launching services between Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) as part of plans to grow its presence at the former by more than 40% to 200 peak-day departures.The five-times-daily service to JetBlue’s 63rd nonstop destination from Boston will begin on 30 March 2017 using the airline’s A320 aircraft. The BOS-ATL flights will take off at 06:10, 08:30, 13:10, 16:00, and 18:55, landing at 09:09, 11:30, 16:10, 18:59 and 21:55 respectively.JetBlue’s first daily ATL–BOS flight will take off at 07:00 and land at 09:30, the second will depart at 09:55 and arrive at 12:55, the third will take off and land at 12:20 and 14:50 respectively, the fourth will depart and arrive at 16:55 and 19:35 respectively before the final leg of the day takes off at 19:45 and lands at 22:20. In addition, JetBlue intends to introduce flights between Atlanta and its focus cities of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, New York JFK, and Orlando.Also from Boston, JetBlue will add a fourth daily round-trip Mint flight to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) from 15 July 2017; a year-round service between Boston and Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport, which currently operates as a seasonal service; and a year-round service between Boston and St. Thomas’ Cyril E. King Airport (STT), which is also currently seasonal.

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