JetBlue will move its two Houston routes from Hobby Airport
to the larger George Bush Intercontinental in late October.
The daily routes, one serving Boston and the other serving
New York JFK, will begin flying out of
Bush on Oct. 27.
“The move to Bush Intercontinental is aimed at
strengthening JetBlue’s relevance in New York and Boston while growing the
carrier’s customer base in Houston,” the airline said in a statement.
JetBlue also said Thursday that it will launch thrice-weekly
service between JFK and San Jose, Costa Rica, on Nov. 1. American Airlines said
Wednesday that it will begin daily JFK-San Jose service on Nov. 21.
The timing means that JetBlue will briefly be the lone
airline flying the route.
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