JetBlue today announced two new cities it plans to begin flying to later this year: Pittsburgh and Jacksonville.
On June 15, JetBlue will begin flying three daily flights between New York (JFK) and Jacksonville. Two weeks later, the low-fare carrier will launch four daily flights between JFK and Pittsburgh, and two daily flights between Boston and Pittsburgh. That same day, it will also add three daily nonstops between Boston and Buffalo.
Coincidentally, the additions of Pittsburgh and Jacksonville mean JetBlue now serves at least one city in each of the NFL’s AFC divisions. Can the NFC be far behind?