-- Now offering 32 nonstop destinations from Boston --
-- Up to 10 daily flights to D.C.-area airports --
-- Fares to BWI start at
NEW YORK , April 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU), the airline that gives customers more, today announces plans to again expand its focus city at Boston's Logan International Airport with more service to the Washington area. Award-winning JetBlue will begin four daily flights to Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) on Sept. 9, 2009 , complementing its existing six daily flights between Boston and Washington Dulles International Airport.
Prices between BWI and Boston start at just
With its new service to Baltimore/Washington , JetBlue will now offer Boston customers nonstop service to 32 destinations, including business and leisure destinations across the United States and into the Caribbean and Mexico . Other upcoming new routes from Boston include nonstop service to San Francisco International Airport (begins May 1 ), Los Angeles International Airport (begins June 17 ) and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (begins June 19 ).
JetBlue's schedule between Boston and Baltimore/Washington :
"JetBlue's in the business of giving customers more than the other guys, so today we are pleased to announce even more flights to the Washington area," said Scott Laurence , JetBlue's vice president of network planning. "Together with our six daily flights to Dulles, our new service to BWI will make jetting between the Hub and the Washington area a breeze, regardless of which airport you prefer."
"As a longtime fan of JetBlue, I am delighted to see the airline offering service at the airport that proudly bears my father's name," said Thurgood Marshall, Jr. , son of groundbreaking Supreme Court justice and airport namesake, civil rights attorney Thurgood Marshall . "JetBlue's everyday low fares and award winning customer service will be a great addition to Baltimore/Washington -area travelers. Welcome to Maryland!"
"By adding Baltimore service, JetBlue cements its position as the airline offering the most nonstop destinations from Logan," said Edward C. Freni , Director of Aviation for the Massachusetts Port Authority, which owns and operates Logan. "We congratulate them on number 32 and look forward to their continued growth."
"JetBlue is a quality addition to the family of airlines operating at BWI Thurgood Marshall," said Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley . "Their decision to fly out of BWI Marshall once again validates the investments we have made to create a first class airport that is Maryland's gateway to the world."
Cape Air connections throughout New England
Customers traveling through Boston from Baltimore/Washington may also take advantage of convenient connecting service operated by JetBlue's marketing partner, Cape Air, to fly onward to some of New England's most beautiful destinations including Hyannis , Martha's Vineyard , Nantucket , and Provincetown, Mass. , and Rutland / Killington, Vt .