InTheSky74 From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 546 posts, RR: 0 Posted (8 years 2 months 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 4705 times:
By The Numbers:
109 Reasons to Fly JetBlue to Florida
NEW YORK, (August 3, 2006) – By President’s Day 2007, JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) will give customers up to 109 reasons to fly the low-cost, low-fare airline from the Northeast to Florida. Customers can choose from seven Florida destinations (Fort Lauderdale; Fort Myers; Jacksonville; Orlando; Sarasota; Tampa; and West Palm Beach), with nonstop service from five Northeast airports (New York John F. Kennedy International Airport; New York LaGuardia Airport; Newark Liberty International Airport; Boston Logan International Airport; and Washington, D.C./Dulles International Airport).
“In addition to up to 109 planned nonstop JetBlue flights between the Northeast and Florida, customers will love JetBlue’s low fares, pre-assigned all-leather seats, 36 channels of free DIRECTV® programming, unlimited name brand snacks and our award-winning friendly service,” said JetBlue Founder and CEO David Neeleman. “JetBlue will offer more flights from New York and from Boston to Florida than any other airline, and is also the only low-cost, low-fare airline to serve all three major New York City airports to Florida. Having the most flights from New York and Boston to Florida’s best destinations is great, but we know our customers care most about the fare they want, to the destination they want, at the time they want to fly, and we are pleased to offer our customers exactly what they want.” In addition to nonstop service from the Northeast, JetBlue also offers nonstop service from Florida to California (Long Beach and Oakland), and easy connecting service to 20 other cities.
THE MOST FLIGHTS
JetBlue has the most flights (up to 77 daily nonstops) between New York’s three major airports and Florida than any other airline. JetBlue will have more flights (up to 27 daily nonstops by President’s Day 2007) between Boston and Florida than any other airline.
NEW: Thomsonfly (United Kingdom)">BY THE NUMBERS
Up to 109 daily nonstop flights between the Northeast and Florida:
JetBlue is the only airline to offer daily nonstop service between Syracuse, NY and Orlando.
JetBlue offers nonstop service between Fort Lauderdale and California (Long Beach and Oakland).
JetBlue also offers nonstop flights between Orlando and Puerto Rico (San Juan and Aguadilla).
JetBlue offers convenient connecting service between 29 cities and Florida.
Members of JetBlue's TrueBlue Flight Gratitude program earn four points for every flight between the Northeast and Florida, with double points awarded for purchasing travel online at www.jetblue.com. Customers can earn even more TrueBlue points by using the JetBlue Card from American Express. To apply for the card, please visit www.jetbluecard.com.
In the six years since its launch, JetBlue Airways has focused on creating a new airline category -- an airline that offers value, service and style. Based out of New York City, the low-cost carrier currently serves 41 destinations with more than 440 flights daily. Onboard JetBlue, customers enjoy roomy leather seats and 36 channels of free DIRECTV(r) programming (a), the most live TV available on any airline. On flights longer than two hours, a selection of first-run movies and bonus features from FOX InFlight(tm) is also available. JetBlue offers customers generous brand name snacks and beverages, including freshly brewed Dunkin' Donuts(r) coffee, and delicious wines selected by the airline's Low Fare Sommelier, Josh Wesson from Best Cellars(r). On overnight flights from the West, the airline now offers Shut-Eye Service(tm), with a Shut-Eye Kit(tm) designed exclusively for JetBlue by Bliss Spa and other special amenities including a "good morning" hot towel service. With JetBlue, all seats are assigned, all travel is ticketless, all fares are one-way, and an overnight stay is never required. For information or reservations call 1-800-JETBLUE (1-800-538-2583) or visit www.jetblue.com.
DeltaDAWG From United States of America, joined May 2006, 776 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (8 years 2 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 4602 times:
Well, isn't that special?!
This reminds of the days of old with DL, EA, People Express & Air Florida slugging it out for this piece of the business. Who will give first on these routes.....DL, B6, FL, HP? Florida will soon be known again as "NO PROFIT ZONE" with all these carriers vying for passengers. Winners will be passengers, Disney & the cruise lines but not the airlines. I just cannot see how this many airlines can sustain these routes and make money.
JetBluefan1 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 2988 posts, RR: 14
Reply 2, posted (8 years 2 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 4534 times:
The thing is, DeltaDAWG, that the demand for flights to Florida during the winter travel season is like an endless pit. I do think that JetBlue knows what it's doing in this case and Northeast-Florida has always been its bread and butter.
Looking at the schedules, it seems as if the added frequencies have not yet come online. The 2nd JFK-SRQ is very exciting too since it's a new market. Hopefully JAX can pick up a 4th. The 7th flights from MCO/FLL-BOS are very nice to see as well. It seems as if BOS is doing pretty well for B6. And despite what many were saying, EWR is actually picking up some frequencies as well...
Most people on a.net hate JetBlue. Get used to it.