JetBlue is launching new nonstop flights between Boston and Florida

The service begins Feb. 11.

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Bostonians heading south this winter on JetBlue can choose from two new nonstop destinations in the Sunshine State.

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JetBlue is launching nonstop service from Boston to both Miami and Key West, Fla., on Feb. 11, 2021, the airline announced on Thursday. JetBlue is Logan International Airport‘s largest carrier.

Miami International Airport is the busiest airport in the nation currently not served by the carrier, according to JetBlue, which will add service there between Logan and also John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, and Los Angeles International Airport. In Boston, travelers will have access to up to four flights to Miami per day.

“JetBlue’s historic launch into Miami-Dade County with up to 14 daily flights is great news for our families, tourism industry, and business community, as we work to help our economy rebound from the pandemic,” Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said in a statement. “I proudly welcome JetBlue to Miami-Dade. And I’m pleased to see them taking important steps to keep passengers and employees safe and healthy.”

JetBlue is also adding nonstop seasonal service to Key West International Airport on Feb. 11 at both Logan Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. The service will operate in Boston on Thursdays, Fridays, Sundays, and Mondays through April 2021.

In total, JetBlue announced service to four new destinations between February and June: Miami; Key West, Fla.; Guatemala City; and Los Cabos, Mexico. The airline said it is adding 24 new nonstop routes in the first half of 2021.

“All the routes are aimed at immediately generating cash revenue and capturing traffic where the airline anticipates customer demand,” the airline wrote in a statement.


Tickets for the new routes are now available.

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