B6FA4ever From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 816 posts, RR: 11 Posted (8 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 2025 times:
well with all the other announcements that came out yesterday regarding RIC, AUS, et al...i was doing a little inquiry at jetblue.com and checking airfares...looks like OAK-FLL will be offered nonstop starting Jan 19th.
Thu, 19 Jan 06
Flight 270 11:55 pm Depart Oakland, CA (OAK)
8:15 am Arrive Ft Lauderdale, FL (FLL)(next day)
Thu, 19 Jan 06
Flight 271 7:30 pm Depart Ft Lauderdale, FL (FLL)
10:55 pm Arrive Oakland, CA (OAK)
anyways, thought i'd share since it's on the jetblue.com website but no official announcement yet.
JetBlueAtJFK From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 1687 posts, RR: 3
Reply 4, posted (8 years 10 months 3 weeks 1 day ago) and read 1622 times:
Well it is official. It is now on the Route Map!
Here is the Press Release:
Quote: JetBlue Introduces New Coast-To-Coast Service
-- Oakland Becomes the Second West Coast Destination for Fort Lauderdale
Sale Fares Start at $89(a) Each Way --
New York, NY (October 13, 2005) -- JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announced it will begin service between Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and Oakland, Calif. starting Jan. 19, 2006 with one daily flight each way. With this route, customers in South Florida will have seven nonstop destinations on the low-fare airline, and Bay Area customers will have a fifth nonstop option on JetBlue. This route will be served by the airline’s A320 aircraft.
JetBlue will offer an introductory sale fare between Oakland and Fort Lauderdale of $89(a) each way. This sale fare must be purchased by October 31, 2005, for travel between January 19 and February 14, 2006. Regular fares in this market will range between $149(a) to $349(a) each way. Round trip purchase is never required on JetBlue.
“There has been tremendous customer response to our nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and Long Beach, so it makes sense to offer more nonstop, low-fare service from South Florida to the West Coast,” said JetBlue’s CEO David Neeleman. “It’s just our way of making Florida a JetBlue state.”
In addition to announcing this second West Coast destination from Florida, JetBlue currently offers the most flights of any airline between Florida and New York, the airline’s hometown, and will have up to 76 flights for customers by Thanksgiving.
JetBlue offers the most nonstop flights between New York City and the West Coast, including destinations in California. With this new service to South Florida, Northern Californians will have five nonstop destinations on JetBlue.
JetBlue’s new schedule:
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Oakland, CA (OAK) Oakland to Fort Lauderdale
Daily service begins 1/19/06
Depart - Arrive Depart - Arrive
7:30pm – 10:55pm 11:55pm – 8:15am
JetBlue is a low-fare, low-cost passenger airline, which provides high-quality customer service. JetBlue operates a fleet of 82 new Airbus A320s and plans to add three additional A320s and eight EMBRAER 190s to its fleet in 2005. Based at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport, JetBlue currently operates 304 flights a day and serves 33 destinations in 14 states, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas.
All JetBlue aircraft feature roomy leather seats; all equipped with an in-seat digital entertainment system offering 36 channels of free DIRECTV® programming – no other airline offers more live satellite TV options. On flights longer than two hours, a selection of first-run movies and bonus features from FOX InFlight™ is also available.(b)
With JetBlue, all seats are assigned, all travel is ticketless, all fares are one-way, and an overnight stay is never required. For more information, schedules and fares, please visit www.jetblue.com or call JetBlue reservations at 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), 1-888-538-2583 if calling from Puerto Rico, or 1-200-9898 if calling from the Dominican Republic. This press release, as well as past press releases, can be found on www.jetblue.com.
If they did, well wow. I don't think they would ever but you could only imagine what would happen. I wonder what B6 would do. They would either add more flights to everywhere and have much more marketing. Or if B6 moved over to SFO, lololol, but that would never happen.