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JetBlue Presence in Hartford: 11 Destinations

 


 

 Notably, JetBlue already has a substantial presence at Bradley International Airport. 

Last December, the airline launched flights connecting Bradley with Cancun International Airport, Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and San Francisco International Airport. 

This was an addition to JetBlue’s existing services between Bradley and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Fort Myers’ Southwest Florida International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Palm Beach International Airport, Tampa International Airport as well as San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport.

 

 Flights connecting Bradley International Airport (BDL) and Miami International Airport (MIA) will operate daily starting Jun 24, 2021. Following this new service, the airline will offer Connecticut travelers with nonstop flights to 11 destinations.

 

All of this bodes well for JetBlue and their return to ORH

 


 

Comments

David Z. said…
How does this bode well for ORH?
Bill Randell said…
That you have a huge demand in Boston already and now you have 11 flights in Hartford. JetBlue will see the need to come to ORH???
David Z. said…
I think they’ll ramp up in Providence to their pre-pandemic levels before restarting ORH service.
Common Sense said…
Not quite sure I follow the logic. Seems like it would encourage more Worcester area travelers to fly out of Bradley.
Bill Randell said…
It will encourage JetBlue to come back to Worcester..