Cheap JetBlue Flights
JetBlue Airways is a budget carrier based in New York City. Its home airport is John F. Kennedy International Airport, but it doesn’t operate traditional hubs. In addition to JFK, JetBlue maintains Logan International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Long Beach Airport, Oakland International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport as focus cities. JetBlue flies to more than 50 destinations in six countries, primarily cities in the United States (including Puerto Rico) but also in the Caribbean, the Bahamas, Bermuda and Mexico. The airline recently added daily nonstop flights from Boston and New York to San Francisco.
Though JetBlue is a low-cost airline, modelled largely after Southwest Airlines, it does attempt to set itself apart in the budget business by offering amenities other budget carriers don’t – including in-flight entertainment in every seat back that features live television. JetBlue’s economic success, even during the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, has spurred some of the large carriers in the US to create copycat airlines to try to get in on the same market. Delta launched Song (which has since ceased to exist) and United spawned Ted. JetBlue remains one of the more successful budget airlines in the United States.