Expanded Service to Top Destinations From Southern California Focus
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU), the largest carrier at Long Beach Airport (LGB),
today announced it is increasing the number of destinations and flights
at its Southern California focus city. The growth is made possible due
to the recent award of three new slots as well as increased utilization
of JetBlue’s existing slots. JetBlue will now serve a dozen destinations
nonstop from Long Beach.
“Since JetBlue first came to town in 2001, when LGB had little
commercial service, Long Beach has been the cornerstone of JetBlue’s
success and growing route map in the western U.S.,” said Dave Clark,
vice president network planning at JetBlue. “With its convenient and
unique open-air terminal and easy access to many Southern California
communities and attractions, Long Beach is a top choice for JetBlue
travelers. We’re thrilled to offer our customers here even more
convenience and options with new service and new flights.”
New Nevada Nonstop
New nonstop service to Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) will begin
August 15, 2016. Reno becomes the twelfth city served nonstop at Long
Beach. Flights are on sale beginning today with an introductory fare
that gives a historic nod to the year of the 1859 Comstock silver rush
near Reno. One-way fares start at $59 and are available through March
24, 2016 (a).
The new route will provide a convenient link between Southern California
and Reno’s attractions and growing business climate, as well as the
surrounding mountains, lakes and ski resorts the region is known for.
The new route will also build on JetBlue’s success in “The Biggest
Little City in the World” where the airline first launched service last
spring with flights to New York (JFK), the only nonstop route to the
east coast from Reno-Tahoe.
Flight Schedule Between Long Beach (LGB) and Reno-Tahoe (RNO)
Beginning August 15, 2016
|LGB – RNO Flight #42||
||RNO – LGB Flight #43|
12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m. – 3:40 p.m.
More Flight Frequencies
JetBlue will also add additional daily flights on several existing
routes between Long Beach and the Bay Area to meet growing customer
demand. One additional daily flight will be added to JetBlue’s schedule
between Long Beach and San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
starting August 15, 2016 and between Long Beach and Oakland
International Airport (OAK) starting August 16, 2016. JetBlue will now
operate up to four daily roundtrips on both routes.
JetBlue will also add an additional daily flight between Long Beach and
McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas starting August 15,
2016. With endless hotels, attractions and entertainment options, Las
Vegas is a top JetBlue destination and will be served by up to five
daily nonstop flights from Long Beach.
JetBlue is also adjusting flight times between Long Beach and the state
capital’s Sacramento International Airport (SMF) to provide even more
convenience to customers traveling between the two cities and making it
easy to make day trips in both directions. The new flight schedule
begins September 7, 2016.
Flight Schedule Between Long Beach (LGB) and Sacramento (SMF)
Beginning September 7, 2016
|LGB – SMF Flight #266||
||SMF – LGB Flight #265|
9:04 a.m. – 10:26 a.m.
11:07 a.m. – 12:27 p.m.
|LGB – SMF Flight #1166||
||SMF – LGB Flight #365|
5:14 p.m. – 6:34 p.m.
7:15 p.m. – 8:32 p.m.
JetBlue will operate its new route and flights using its Airbus A320
aircraft offering the airline's award-winning service featuring the most
legroom in coach (a); free Fly-Fi, the fastest broadband internet in the
sky; complimentary and unlimited name-brand snacks and soft drinks;
free, live DIRECTV® programming and 100+ channels of SiriusXM® radio at
About JetBlue Airways
JetBlue is New York's Hometown Airline™, and a leading carrier
in Boston, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Los Angeles (Long Beach), Orlando,
and San Juan. JetBlue carries more than 35 million customers a year to
96 cities in the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America with an average of
900 daily flights. For more information please visit jetblue.com.
(a) BLUE fare shown. To learn more about our new fare options, go to https://www.jetblue.com/travel/our-fares/.
Fares include government taxes and fees and must be purchased by
03/24/2016 (the earlier of 11:59 PM ET or local) for flights between
08/15/2016 – 09/30/2016 (Blackout dates: 09/01/2016-09/05/2016). Limited
exceptions apply; All fares are subject to limited availability; may not
be available on all days or all flights; may change without notice; must
be purchased at time of reservation; and are one-way, non-stop (except
as otherwise noted), nonrefundable, and nontransferable. Proper
documentation required for boarding. For BLUE fares, first checked bag
is $20 by web check-in and kiosk or $25 at check-in counter and second
bag is$35. Additional bags (over two) are $100 each. Weight and size
limits and exceptions for itineraries including flights operated or
marketed by other airlines also apply. Fares do not include fees for
oversized, overweight or extra baggage or other fees for
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services, click here . All reservations made one week or more prior to a
flight's departure may be cancelled without penalty up to 24 hours after
the reservation is made. Changes and cancellations made 60 days or more
prior to departure date: BLUE: $70 per person fee plus difference in
fare. For BLUE fares under $100, $70 per person plus difference in fare;
for BLUE fares between $100 and $149.99, $90 per person plus difference
in fare; and for BLUE fares of $150 or more, $135 per person plus
difference in fare. Cancellations receive JetBlue travel credit, valid
for one year. Changes/cancellations must be made prior to scheduled
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(b) JetBlue offers the most legroom in coach based on average fleet-wide
seat pitch for U.S. airlines.
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