NEW YORK, May 3, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq:JBLU) today launched new daily nonstop service from Boston's Logan International Airport to both San Jose, CA and Las Vegas, NV. Today, the carrier also launched new daily nonstop service between Washington's Dulles International Airport and San Diego, CA.
In addition, today JetBlue added several frequencies to existing transcontinental routes. From Boston's Logan International Airport, JetBlue added a third daily roundtrip to both Oakland and LA/Long Beach, both in California.
From Washington's Dulles International Airport, the low-fare carrier added a third daily roundtrip to Oakland and a fourth daily roundtrip to LA/Long Beach.
From New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, the airline added a second daily roundtrip to both San Jose, CA and Ontario, CA, a sixth daily roundtrip to both Oakland and Las Vegas, and a sixth daily roundtrip to Rochester, NY, offering connecting service to JetBlue's transcontinental flights.
From LA/Long Beach, CA, JetBlue added a third daily roundtrip to Las Vegas.
The airline's regular one-way fares for all new service will range from $39(a) to $299(a) each way when booked on the airline's website, www.jetblue.com or by calling 1-800-JETBLUE.
''Connecting existing JetBlue cities with new flights will strengthen our network as we continue to grow,'' said David Neeleman, JetBlue's Chairman and CEO. ''As we 'connect the dots' between these destinations, customers on new flights will experience the onboard amenities and service that makes JetBlue unique, including up to 36 channels of DIRECTV(r) programming, extra legroom and our no overbooking policy.''