JetBlue Adds Worcester, Massachusetts as its 80th City

The newest destination in JetBlue’s portfolio is Worcester, Massachusetts, which becomes the 80th city serviced by the carrier. Starting November 7, 2013 the company will start servicing this destination with daily service toFort Lauderdale andOrlando,Florida. To mark this special addition to the company’s portfolio, JetBlue introduced a special offer starting today through April 10, offering flights from Worcester to Orlando at special prices; the flights are on sale from $60 one way and toFort Lauderdale from $70 one way for travel between November 8 and December 17, 2013 (blackout dates apply). 

“The enthusiasm of the Worcester community and the warm reception with which we’ve been met has been tremendous,” said Dave Barger, JetBlue’s President and CEO. “The addition ofWorcester to our growing network speaks to our commitment to serve the great people of New England and we look forward to a long relationship with the city ofWorcester and to future growth in this region.”

“I am proud to welcome JetBlue to Worcester, and thank the Lieutenant Governor, our partners in Worcester and at Massport for helping to make this happen,” said Governor Deval Patrick . “Airports and airlines grow jobs and spur economic opportunity in our cities. This is a good day for the Commonwealth and for central Massachusetts.”

JetBlue provides in the present time over 100 daily flights to 49 nonstop destinations throughout theU.S., Caribbean andLatin America. The company intends to reach 150 flights over the couple of years.


“Central Massachusetts and the Commonwealth are thrilled to welcome JetBlue to Worcester Regional Airport,” said Lieutenant Governor Murray.  “It has been a pleasure working with Dave Barger and his team over the last year to not only highlight the many assets this region and the airport have to offer but also engage them with the business community and residents.  We look forward to launching service in November and continuing a strong working relationship with JetBlue.”

“JetBlue’s commitment to the Worcestermarket demonstrates that Worcester Regional Airportis a wise investment that can and will be a vibrant facility for years to come,” said Congressman Jim McGovern . “This announcement is good for JetBlue, it’s good for theWorcesterregion, and it’s good for the Commonwealth.”

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