JetBlue reinforced its role as New York?s Hometown Airline by announcing it will launch service for the first time from Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP) with tickets on sale. Starting this October, JetBlue will begin offering flights to Orlando International Airport (MCO), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI). This new service aims to help better serve the many loyal JetBlue customers living on Long Island, providing them with more convenient travel options to popular destinations in Florida.

As New York?s Hometown Airline for more than 24 years and the only major U.S. airline based in New York City, JetBlue?s expansion onto Long Island underscores its commitment to enhancing connectivity for New Yorkers. This new service will bolster JetBlue's presence in the New York Metro area, complementing its existing operations at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). New Flight Schedule To/From Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP): Orlando (MCO) Frequency: 1x daily Begins: October 24, 2024.

West Palm Beach (PBI) Frequency: 4x weekly Begins: October 24, 2024. Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Frequency: 4x weekly Begins: October 25, 2024. Enhancing the Customer Experience JetBlue?s new service at Long Island MacArthur Airport will allow customers to enjoy the airline?s award-winning, customer-centric experience including the most legroom in coac H1, seatback entertainment at every seat and fast, free, unlimited Fly-Fi2 on all flights.

In addition to providing more travel options, JetBlue?s presence at Long Island MacArthur Airport is expected to contribute to the local economy through job creation and increased tourism. JetBlue currently employs more than 8,800 crewmembers in the state of New York.