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Associated Press / November 2, 2010

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WASHINGTON — JetBlue Airways launched service yesterday at Washington’s Reagan National Airport with daily flights to Boston and Florida.

The airline offered limited seats between Washington and Boston’s Logan Airport at $49 each way in a sale that ends Thursday. The promotion covers travel between Dec. 1 and Jan. 31, 2011, but seats are limited, and popular travel days are blacked out.

JetBlue said it was running seven daily nonstop flights to Boston and one each to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Fla. The airline said it had agreed to renovate Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport’s Terminal A.

The airline, a unit of JetBlue Airways Corp., operates at 62 airports, including Dulles in Virginia and Baltimore-Washington International.