List of JetBlue destinations

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JetBlue is an American low-cost airline that serves destinations throughout the United States, northern and central Latin America, and the Caribbean utilizing a fleet of Airbus A320, Airbus A321 and Embraer 190 aircraft. In the northeastern United States, JetBlue is one of the largest airlines. Since 2012, JetBlue's focus has been on expanding service from Boston and the Caribbean.[1]

Top domestic markets[edit]

Top domestic or territorial markets (November 2019 - October 2020)[2]
Rank Airport Passengers Market share (%)
1 New York, New York 2,446,210 20.88%
2 Boston, Massachusetts 2,411,030 33.14%
3 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 1,441,020 18.48%
4 Orlando, Florida 1,195,660 10.32%
5 San Juan, Puerto Rico 689,440 27.29%
Other 6,840,170 1.82%

Destinations[edit]

This is a list of destinations served or previously served by JetBlue, as of December 2020:[3]

Country (Subdivision) City Airport Notes Refs
Antigua and Barbuda Osbourn V. C. Bird International Airport [3][4]
Aruba Oranjestad Queen Beatrix International Airport [3]
Bahamas Nassau Lynden Pindling International Airport [3]
Barbados Bridgetown Grantley Adams International Airport [3]
Bermuda Hamilton L.F. Wade International Airport [3]
Cayman Islands Grand Cayman Owen Roberts International Airport [3]
Colombia Bogotá El Dorado International Airport [3]
Medellín José María Córdova International Airport [3][5]
Cartagena Rafael Núñez International Airport [3]
Costa Rica Liberia Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport [3]
San José Juan Santamaría International Airport [3]
Cuba Camagüey Ignacio Agramonte International Airport Terminated [6]
Havana José Martí International Airport [3][7]
Holguín Frank País Airport Terminated [6]
Santa Clara Abel Santamaria Airport Terminated [6]
Curaçao Willemstad Hato International Airport [3]
Dominican Republic La Romana La Romana International Airport Terminated [8]
Puerto Plata Gregorio Luperón International Airport [3]
Punta Cana Punta Cana International Airport [3]
Santiago de los Caballeros Cibao International Airport [3]
Santo Domingo Las Américas International Airport [3]
Ecuador Guayaquil José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport [3][9]
Quito Mariscal Sucre International Airport [3][10]
Grenada St. George's Maurice Bishop International Airport [3][11]
Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport [3][12]
Guatemala Guatemala City La Aurora International Airport [13]
Guyana Georgetown Cheddi Jagan International Airport [3][14]
Haiti Port-au-Prince Toussaint Louverture International Airport [3]
Jamaica Kingston Norman Manley International Airport [3]
Montego Bay Sangster International Airport [3]
Mexico Cancún Cancún International Airport [3]
Los Cabos Los Cabos International Airport [15]
Mexico City Mexico City International Airport Terminated [16]
Peru Lima Jorge Chávez International Airport [3]
Puerto Rico Aguadilla Rafael Hernández Airport [3]
Ponce Mercedita Airport [3]
San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport Focus city [3]
Saint Lucia Vieux Fort Hewanorra International Airport [3]
Sint Maarten Philipsburg Princess Juliana International Airport [3]
Trinidad and Tobago Port of Spain Piarco International Airport [3]
Turks and Caicos Islands Providenciales Providenciales International Airport [3]
United States (Alaska) Anchorage Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Terminated
United States (Arizona) Phoenix Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport [3]
United States (California) Burbank Hollywood Burbank Airport [3]
Long Beach Long Beach Airport Terminated [17]
Los Angeles Los Angeles International Airport Focus city [3][17]
Oakland Oakland International Airport Terminated [18]
Ontario Ontario International Airport [19][20]
Palm Springs Palm Springs International Airport Seasonal [3][21]
Sacramento Sacramento International Airport [3]
San Diego San Diego International Airport [3]
San Francisco San Francisco International Airport [3]
San Jose (CA) San Jose International Airport [3]
United States (Colorado) Denver Denver International Airport [3]
Montrose Montrose Regional Airport Seasonal [3][22]
Steamboat Springs Yampa Valley Regional Airport Seasonal [3][23]
United States (Connecticut) Hartford Bradley International Airport [3]
United States (District of Columbia) Washington, D.C. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [3]
Washington Dulles International Airport Terminated [24]
United States (Florida) Daytona Beach Daytona Beach International Airport Terminated [25][26]
Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport Focus city [3][27]
Fort Myers Southwest Florida International Airport [3]
Jacksonville Jacksonville International Airport [3]
Key West Key West Airport [28]
Miami Miami International Airport [29]
Orlando Orlando International Airport Focus city [3][27]
Sarasota Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport [3]
Tampa Tampa International Airport [3]
West Palm Beach Palm Beach International Airport [3]
United States (Georgia) Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport [3][30][31]
Savannah Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport [3]
United States (Idaho) Boise Boise Airport Begins July 2, 2021 [32]
United States (Illinois) Chicago O'Hare International Airport [3]
United States (Louisiana) New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport [3]
United States (Maine) Portland (ME) Portland International Jetport [3]
United States (Maryland) Baltimore Baltimore–Washington International Airport [3]
United States (Massachusetts) Boston Logan International Airport Focus city [3]
Hyannis Barnstable Municipal Airport Seasonal [3]
Martha's Vineyard Martha's Vineyard Airport Seasonal [3]
Nantucket Nantucket Memorial Airport Seasonal [3]
Worcester Worcester Regional Airport Terminated [3][33]
United States (Michigan) Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Airport [3]
United States (Minnesota) Minneapolis Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport [3]
United States (Montana) Bozeman Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport Seasonal [3]
Kalispell Glacier Park International Airport Begins July 1, 2021 [34]
United States (Nevada) Las Vegas McCarran International Airport [3]
Reno Reno–Tahoe International Airport [3][35]
United States (New Jersey) Newark Newark Liberty International Airport [3]
United States (New Mexico) Albuquerque Albuquerque International Sunport [3]
United States (New York) Albany Albany International Airport [3][36]
Buffalo Buffalo Niagara International Airport [3]
New York City John F. Kennedy International Airport Focus city [3]
LaGuardia Airport [3]
Newburgh New York Stewart International Airport [3]
Rochester Greater Rochester International Airport [3]
Syracuse Syracuse Hancock International Airport [3]
White Plains Westchester County Airport [3]
United States (North Carolina) Charlotte Charlotte Douglas International Airport [3]
Raleigh Raleigh–Durham International Airport [3]
United States (Ohio) Cleveland Cleveland Hopkins International Airport [3][37]
Columbus John Glenn Columbus International Airport Terminated [38]
United States (Oregon) Portland (OR) Portland International Airport [3]
United States (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia Philadelphia International Airport [3]
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh International Airport [3]
United States (Rhode Island) Providence T. F. Green Airport [3]
United States (South Carolina) Charleston Charleston International Airport [3]
United States (Tennessee) Nashville Nashville International Airport [3][39][40]
United States (Texas) Austin Austin–Bergstrom International Airport [3]
Dallas Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport [3]
Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport [3][41]
William P. Hobby Airport Terminated [41]
United States (Utah) Salt Lake City Salt Lake City International Airport [3]
United States (Vermont) Burlington Burlington International Airport [3]
United States (Virginia) Richmond Richmond International Airport [3]
United States (Washington) Seattle Seattle–Tacoma International Airport [3]
United States Virgin Islands St. Croix Henry E. Rohlsen Airport Terminated [42]
St. Thomas Cyril E. King Airport [3]

References[edit]

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