Posted on: 31 August 2010 by Mark Howells
JetBlue Airways has announced plans to continue growing its focus city at Boston Logan International Airport with new daily nonstop service to Newark, NJ, beginning in early May 2011.
JetBlue will operate four daily flights to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), complementing its existing schedule of frequent daily flights between Boston and New York JFK.
"JetBlue is committed to giving travellers more for less, and that is particularly true for our new route to Newark, which currently has some of the highest airfares in America and no nonstop competition," said Scott Laurence, JetBlue’s vice-president of network planning. "We’re proud to have become Boston’s carrier of choice by following one simple formula: offer reasonable fares and don’t skimp on the experience, and people will keep coming back for more. It’s not rocket science. We’re excited to add this new service and give Boston travellers their choice of ten daily flights to the New York City area."
Customers connecting through Boston on JetBlue from select destinations can also take advantage of onward service to Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Asia on JetBlue’s partner airlines Aer Lingus, American Airlines and Lufthansa, or to destinations throughout New England with Cape Air.