Poll: In The US Leisure Market, Where Will Americans Want To Fly First?

JetBlue Airways will add 30 routes to its domestic network over the next few months in a bid to capitalize on a modest expected upswing in leisure travel demand.

The new routes are largely focused on connecting passengers from the New York-area to beach and outdoor leisure destinations in Florida and the Western U.S. They will be added in three phases in July, August and October.

JetBlue will operate more than half of its pre-COVID-19 schedule in July, positioning it somewhere in the middle of the U.S. carrier pack in terms of domestic flying, along with American Airlines (55%), Frontier Airlines (50-70%) and Southwest Airlines (65-75%).

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