JetBlue Airways said it plans to further expand its Boston network with the addition of non-stop service to Dallas/Fort Worth beginning May 1.
JetBlue, the largest carrier in Boston, said it will fly three times daily to Dallas/Fort Worth with year-round service. Tickets are set to go on sale on Dec. 13.
JetBlue’s press release included a statement from Ed Freni, director of aviation for the Massachusetts Port Authority, which owns and operates Logan International Airport.
“With JetBlue entering the Dallas/Fort Worth market, another important destination from Boston will be served by a low cost carrier,’’ Freni said.