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JetBlue destinations (2011)

As of July 29, 2016, JetBlue serves over 100 destinations throughout the United States and abroad. JetBlue is one of the largest airlines in the Northeast United States. JetBlue's most recent focus has been on Boston and the Caribbean.[1]

JetBlue mostly runs the a320 family and Embraer ERJ-190's.

Top cities[edit]

B6 top cities by departures (May 14, 2017)[2]
Rank Airport Departures
1 Boston 150
2 New York–JFK 150
3 Fort Lauderdale 84
4 Orlando 66
5 San Juan 40
6 Long Beach 36
7 Washington–National 30
8 Newark 21
9 New York–LaGuardia 18
10 Tampa 15

Destinations[edit]

This is a list of destinations served by JetBlue, as of June 2017:[3]

Country (State/Province) City IATA ICAO Airport Terminated Ref
Antigua and Barbuda St. John's ANU TAPA V. C. Bird International Airport Present [4]
Aruba Oranjestad AUA TNCA Queen Beatrix International Airport Present
Bahamas Nassau NAS MYNN Lynden Pindling International Airport Present
Barbados Christ Church BGI TBPB Grantley Adams International Airport Present
Bermuda Hamilton BDA TXKF L.F. Wade International Airport Present
Cayman Islands Grand Cayman GCM MWCR Owen Roberts International Airport Present
Colombia Bogotá BOG SKBO El Dorado International Airport Present
Colombia Cartagena CTG SKCG Rafael Núñez International Airport Present
Colombia Medellín MDE SKRG José María Córdova International Airport Present [5]
Costa Rica San José SJO MROC Juan Santamaría International Airport Present
Costa Rica Liberia LIR MRLB Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport Present
Cuba Camaguey CMW MUCM Ignacio Agramonte International Airport
Present
Cuba Havana HAV MUHA José Martí International Airport
Present
[6]
Cuba Holguin HOG MUHG Frank País Airport
Present
Cuba Santa Clara SNU MUSC Abel Santamaria Airport
Present
Curacao Willemstad CUR TNCC Hato International Airport Present
Dominican Republic La Romana LRM MDLR La Romana International Airport Present
Dominican Republic Puerto Plata POP MDPP Gregorio Luperón International Airport Present
Dominican Republic Punta Cana PUJ MDPC Punta Cana International Airport Present
Dominican Republic Samaná AZS MDCY El Catey International Airport April 30, 2016
Dominican Republic Santiago de los Caballeros STI MDST Cibao International Airport Present
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo SDQ MDSD Las Américas International Airport Present
Ecuador Quito UIO SEQM Mariscal Sucre International Airport Present [7]
Grenada St. George's GND TGPY Maurice Bishop International Airport Present [8]
Haiti Port-au-Prince PAP MTPP Toussaint Louverture International Airport Present
Jamaica Kingston KIN MKJP Norman Manley International Airport Present
Jamaica Montego Bay MBJ MKJS Sangster International Airport Present
Mexico Cancún CUN MMUN Cancún International Airport Present
Mexico Mexico City MEX MMMX Mexico City International Airport Present [9]
Peru Lima LIM SPIM Jorge Chavez International Airport Present
Puerto Rico Aguadilla BQN TJBQ Rafael Hernández Airport Present
Puerto Rico Ponce PSE TJPS Mercedita Airport Present
Puerto Rico San Juan SJU TJSJ Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport[focus city] Present
Saint Lucia Vieux Fort UVF TLPL Hewanorra International Airport Present
Sint Maarten St. Maarten SXM TNCM Princess Juliana International Airport Present
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain POS TTPP Piarco International Airport Present
Turks and Caicos Islands Providenciales PLS MBPV Providenciales International Airport Present
United States (Alaska) Anchorage ANC PANC Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport [seasonal] Present
United States (Arizona) Phoenix PHX KPHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport Present
United States (Arizona) Tucson TUS KTUS Tucson International Airport May 12, 2008 [10]
United States (California) Burbank BUR KBUR Bob Hope Airport Present
United States (California) Long Beach LGB KLGB Long Beach Airport [focus city] Present
United States (California) Los Angeles LAX KLAX Los Angeles International Airport Present
United States (California) Oakland OAK KOAK Oakland International Airport Present
United States (California) Ontario ONT KONT Ontario International Airport September 3, 2008 [11]
United States (California) Palm Springs PSP KPSP Palm Springs International Airport [seasonal] Present [12]
United States (California) Sacramento SMF KSMF Sacramento International Airport Present
United States (California) San Diego SAN KSAN San Diego International Airport Present
United States (California) San Francisco SFO KSFO San Francisco International Airport Present
United States (California) San Jose SJC KSJC San Jose International Airport Present
United States (Colorado) Denver DEN KDEN Denver International Airport Present
United States (Connecticut) Hartford-Springfield BDL KBDL Bradley International Airport Present
United States (Florida) Daytona Beach DAB KDAB Daytona Beach International Airport Present [13]
United States (Florida) Fort Lauderdale FLL KFLL Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport [focus city] Present [14]
United States (Florida) Fort Myers RSW KRSW Southwest Florida International Airport Present
United States (Florida) Jacksonville JAX KJAX Jacksonville International Airport Present
United States (Florida) Orlando MCO KMCO Orlando International Airport [focus city] Present [14]
United States (Florida) Sarasota SRQ KSRQ Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport Present
United States (Florida) Tampa TPA KTPA Tampa International Airport Present
United States (Florida) West Palm Beach PBI KPBI Palm Beach International Airport Present
United States (Georgia) Atlanta ATL KATL Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport December 4, 2003
resumed March 30, 2017
[15][16]
United States (Georgia) Savannah SAV KSAV Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport Present
United States (Illinois) Chicago ORD KORD O'Hare International Airport Present
United States (Louisiana) New Orleans MSY KMSY Louis Armstrong International Airport Present
United States (Maine) Portland PWM KPWM Portland International Jetport Present
United States (Maryland) Baltimore BWI KBWI Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport Present
United States (Massachusetts) Boston BOS KBOS Logan International Airport [focus city] Present
United States (Massachusetts) Hyannis HYA KHYA Barnstable Municipal Airport [seasonal] Present
United States (Massachusetts) Martha's Vineyard MVY KMVY Martha's Vineyard Airport [seasonal] Present
United States (Massachusetts) Nantucket ACK KACK Nantucket Memorial Airport [seasonal] Present
United States (Massachusetts) Worcester, MA ORH KORH Worcester Regional Airport Present [17]
United States (Michigan) Detroit DTW KDTW Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Present
United States (Nevada) Las Vegas LAS KLAS McCarran International Airport Present
United States (Nevada) Reno/Tahoe RNO KRNO Reno-Tahoe International Airport Present [18]
United States (New Jersey) Newark EWR KEWR Newark Liberty International Airport Present
United States (New Mexico) Albuquerque ABQ KABQ Albuquerque International Sunport Present
United States (New York) Albany, NY ALB KALB Albany International Airport Present [19]
United States (New York) Buffalo BUF KBUF Buffalo Niagara International Airport Present
United States (New York) Newburgh SWF KSWF Stewart International Airport Present
United States (New York) New York City JFK KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport [focus city] Present
United States (New York) New York City LGA KLGA LaGuardia Airport Present
United States (New York) Rochester ROC KROC Greater Rochester International Airport Present
United States (New York) Syracuse SYR KSYR Syracuse Hancock International Airport Present
United States (New York) White Plains HPN KHPN Westchester County Airport Present
United States (North Carolina) Charlotte CLT KCLT Charlotte/Douglas International Airport Present
United States (North Carolina) Raleigh-Durham RDU KRDU Raleigh-Durham International Airport Present
United States (Ohio) Cleveland CLE KCLE Cleveland Hopkins International Airport Present [20]
United States (Ohio) Columbus CMH KCMH Port Columbus International Airport January 6, 2008 [21]
United States (Oregon) Portland PDX KPDX Portland International Airport Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia PHL KPHL Philadelphia International Airport Present
United States (Pennsylvania) Pittsburgh PIT KPIT Pittsburgh International Airport Present
United States (Rhode Island) Providence PVD KPVD T.F. Green Airport Present
United States (South Carolina) Charleston CHS KCHS Charleston International Airport Present
United States (Tennessee) Nashville BNA KBNA Nashville International Airport January 6, 2008
resumed May 5, 2016
[22][23]
United States (Texas) Austin AUS KAUS Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Present
United States (Texas) Dallas DFW KDFW Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Present
United States (Texas) Houston HOU KHOU William P. Hobby Airport Present
United States (Utah) Salt Lake City SLC KSLC Salt Lake City International Airport Present
United States (Vermont) Burlington BTV KBTV Burlington International Airport Present
United States (Virginia) Arlington County DCA KDCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Present
United States (Virginia) Richmond RIC KRIC Richmond International Airport Present
United States (Virginia) Dulles IAD KIAD Washington Dulles International Airport Present
United States (Washington) Seattle SEA KSEA Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Present
United States Virgin Islands St. Croix STX TISX Henry E. Rohlsen Airport Present
United States Virgin Islands St. Thomas STT TIST Cyril E. King Airport Present

References[edit]

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  7. ^ "JetBlue says ¡Hola, Ecuador!". Airways News. 25 February 2016. 
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