Looking to fly to Nashville, Tennessee? JetBlue Airways is adding a ton of new flights to the region, according to a company press release.
“With its great mix of business and leisure travelers, and the city’s extensive list of landmarks and events, Nashville is a perfect fit for the growing JetBlue network,” said John Checketts, director route planning at JetBlue. “With daily nonstop flights to two of our fastest growing focus cities, customers will benefit from a long list of convenient and affordable travel choices whether flying to or from ‘Music City.’”
The airline will have two flights each day to Nashville from Boston’s Logan International Airport and one roundtrip flight to and from Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
“JetBlue is known around the world for its unique brand and keen focus on customer service,” said Rob Wigington, Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority president and CEO. “We are delighted to welcome them to Nashville International Airport and introduce their service to Boston and Fort Lauderdale. The Airport Authority is working constantly to bring more nonstop service and new destinations to Nashville and Middle Tennessee to better serve our growing region and visitors.”
“Adding new service in this day and time is a huge statement. Adding new service with a new carrier is a home run,” said Butch Spyridon, President and CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “JetBlue is a tremendous addition on many levels. We are honored to be included among their destinations.”
The flights started on May 5. JetBlue will use its A320 aircraft for the new routes.