What do you know/think/hope for B6 and its future network development?
Will they enter Midwest cities such as IND, CMH, STL, MKE, etc.?
With MSP gone, IND, CMH, STL, MKE, and MCI will probably be added in the next few years
As much as I would like to see Jetblue fly to more Midwest Cities, people are going to probably wait a Looooong time until Jetblue has free aircraft that would warrant the Midwest service over other existing cities. For example, we know MSP has been on the radar for a while, but the demand for places in the DR and really having little to no competition, that still is the priority in the grand scheme of things. Thus MSP was rumored to had been delayed for service for years until they could really warrant it. Maybe th hurricanes helped push Jetblue to really pull the trigger on MSP. Those flights to the DR make a ton of money for Jetblue and when the DR comes calling asking for more flights, Jetblue answers.
Sadly would probably see KEF/DUB/CDG/LON before CMH/IND/MKE
I heard back in February that Marty St.George said IND was "high on the list for future route additions"
I have also heard that "IND is their next target city in the Midwest"
I think the not so secret problem is not a/c, but the fact that B6 doesn't have a lot of confidence in their E190s vs the E175 or 737 due to its high CASM (Hence the reason MSP-BOS is on the A320).
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