The new route allows aircraft that would otherwise be inactive to be put back into service.
JetBlue airline announced that it now flies nonstop between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Bogota, Colombia’s El Dorado International Airport (BOG).
“This new service was launched last week and is part of JetBlue’s strategy to serve customers in markets where recreational trips and trips to visit family and friends (VFRs) show signs of strength. “, the airline explained in a statement.
Additionally, JetBlue also explained that this new route allows it to generate revenue, re-commission aircraft that would otherwise be idle, and add more flight opportunities for JetBlue crew members.
“This new market maximizes revenue potential across the existing international network. This new route seeks to grow JetBlue’s presence in New York City, and connect a variety of new cities across the East Coast and Latin America,” they indicate .
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