Posted on: 06 April 2015 by Ross McSweeny
From 10 December, JetBlue Airways will commence daily service from Albany International Airport (ALB) to both Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Orlando International Airport (MCO).
“JetBlue began with a flight from New York to Florida more than fifteen years ago, and all these years later we're still expanding service between the Empire State and the Sunshine State,” averred Robin Hayes, CEO and president, JetBlue. “By connecting Albany to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Orlando, we are reaffirming our commitment as New York's hometown airline to provide the best experience in the air to customers in these two states – just as we have from the start.”
Flights to FLL will depart Albany at 12:50, arriving in Fort Lauderdale at 16:06, whilst the return service will depart FLL at 09:14 and arrive in Albany at 12:07pm. JetBlue’s Orlando flights will leave Albany at 16:45, reaching MCO at 19:54. The return service leaves Orlando at 13:20 and reaches ALB at 16:00.
With the addition of Albany, JetBlue will offer services to eight airports in New York State. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood will provide travellers from Albany access to destinations such in South America and the Caribbean, including Bogotá, Colombia; Lima, Peru; Nassau, Bahamas; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.