JetBlue to Start Flights to Two Non-Stop Destinations

JetBlue to Start Flights to Two Non-Stop Destinations, Private Transportation Might See a Surge

Kansas City International Airport’s newest airline is gearing up to commence services in March.  The airline started selling tickets on Tuesday as a first step towards initiating the services.

JetBlue Airways Corp. will be offering non-stop, daily flights to Boston-Logan International Airport and New York JFK International Airport. The airlines will use the Airbus A220 planes to facilitate the flights.

“JetBlue’s arrival to Kansas City next spring will be a boost for the region and will bring more competition to two of the most popular destinations on the East Coast,” KCI Director Pat Klein said in a Tuesday release.

Besides JetBlue, Delta also offers daily flights to Boston. However, JetBlue is the only airline that will provide non-stop flights to JFK. Other carriers offer non-stop flights to LaGuardia Airport.

JetBlue announced in April that it would be offering flights to Kansas City International Airport. Since the pandemic is subsiding worldwide and Coronavirus regulations are being eased up, several airlines have resumed their flights to popular vacation spots to facilitate traveling and allow travelers to come and go where they please.

This development will significantly benefit Boston Airport Shuttle and other Car service providers as tourists will flock to the airport to catch their much-awaited vacations. Boston Airport Shuttle and transportation services will most likely see a surge in the ridership as carriers expand and resume their flights and launch new services.

Since Boston is one of the most famous vacation destinations in the states, travelers are likely to take advantage of the non-stop flights from New York and Kansas City to enjoy a few days in the Athens of America.

The need of the hour of private transportation services in Boston is to come out as a safe, secure, and trusted transit option. As a service provider, personal transportation services in Boston will need to comply with the latest pandemic regulations, regardless of whether the rules are being followed generally.

Image Source- JETBLUE A320( Eddie Maloney)

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