American Airlines and JetBlue Alliance Starts 33 New Routes, Joint Schedules and 80 Codeshares

American Airlines and JetBlue Alliance

American Airlines and JetBlue Alliance Starts 33 New Routes, Joint Schedules and 80 Codeshares

JetBlue and American Airlines today announced the launch of the first phase of their new Northeast Alliance, aimed at bringing customers more competitive choices in New York and Boston. Beginning today, nearly 80 routes sharing the JetBlue and American codes are available for booking as the airlines enhance schedules on key routes to and from the northeast. Codeshare flights are available for purchase today for travel starting Feb. 25.

American and JetBlue announced their Northeast Alliance in July, followed by the airlines’ intent to introduce key elements of the alliance after review by the Department of Transportation in January.

“Our alliance with American opens the door for JetBlue to successfully enter into new markets, introducing more choices and our award-winning service and low fares to more customers,” said Scott Laurence, head of revenue and planning at JetBlue, said in the press release. “The alliance is also essential to getting our planes back in the air profitably and crewmembers working again.”

“This is the first step to delivering the best customer proposition with the biggest network in New York and Boston,” said Vasu Raja, American’s Chief Revenue Officer. “In the months ahead, we’ll continue to create a seamless experience that’s easy for our customers, supports our communities and leads to more growth for our team.”

In addition, JetBlue today announced 15 new routes, including new service from Newark and New York-LGA as well as two all-new seasonal cities from New York-JFK. This summer, American will also launch 12 new domestic routes, from New York (JFK and LGA) and Boston (BOS), and also an additional 6 international routes.

American Airlines Routes

American Airlines is launching 6 international routes, and 12 new domestic routes:

Origin Destination Season
BOS Asheville, North Carolina (AVL) June 5 – Nov. 6
BOS Columbus, Ohio (CMH) Aug. 17, year-round
BOS Jackson Hole, Wyoming (JAC) June 5 – Sept. 4
BOS Traverse City, Michigan (TVC) June 5 – Sept. 6
BOS Wilmington, North Carolina (ILM) June 5 – Aug. 14
JFK Orange County, California (SNA) June 2, year-round
LGA Kansas City, Missouri (MCI) Sept. 8, year-round
LGA Key West, Florida (EYW) June 5 – Sept. 4
LGA Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (MYR) June 3 – Sept. 7
LGA Pensacola, Florida (PNS) June 3 – Sept. 7
LGA Rapid City, South Dakota (RAP) June 5 – Sept. 4
LGA Savannah, Georgia (SAV) June 3 – Sept. 7
JFK Bogota, Colombia (BOG) May 6, year-round
JFK Cali, Colombia (CLO) May 6, year-round
JFK Medellin, Colombia (MDE) May 6, year-round
JFK Santiago, Chile (SCL) May 6, year-round
JFK St. Lucia (UVF) June 5, year-round
JFK Turks and Caicos (PLS) June 5, year-round

JetBlue Routes

JetBlue will launch the remaining 15 routes, including flights to two new destinations for the carrier: Boise (BOI) and Glacier National Park (FCA).

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Origin Destination Season
JFK Boise (BOI) July 2 – Sept. 6
JFK Kalispell/Glacier Park, Montana (FCA) July 1 – Sept. 7
EWR Antigua (ANU) July 1, year-round
EWR Aguadilla, Puerto Rica (BQN) July 1, year-round
EWR Cartagena, Colombia (CTG) July 1, year-round
EWR Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts (MVY) July 1, seasonal
EWR Nantucket, Massachusetts (ACK) July 1, seasonal
EWR Port-au-Prince, Haiti (PAP) July 1, year-round
EWR Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic (POP) July 1, year-round
EWR Seattle (SEA) July 1, seasonal
EWR St. Lucia (UVF) July 1, year-round
EWR St. Thomas (STT) July 1, year-round
LGA Charleston, South Carolina (CHS) June 3 – Sept. 7
LGA Denver (DEN) June 3 – Sept. 7
LGA Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts (MVY) July 1, seasonal

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