JetBlue expands at LaGuardia airport with presence at two terminals.

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JetBlue friday announced effective this Sunday, October 31 it will expand its footprint at New York’s LaGuardia Airport across two terminals, operate more daily departures than ever before with up to 35 daily flights and serve more than triple the number of nonstop destinations flown in 2019.

JetBlue’s growth – aimed at delivering more competition and low fares to travelers – is made possible through its Northeast Alliance (NEA) with American Airlines.

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“LaGuardia is one of the most asked for airports by customers, but it’s also one of the most congested, and JetBlue has long lacked the slots to grow our operation,” said Dave Fintzen, vice president, Northeast Alliance, JetBlue. “But thanks to our alliance, we can tap into American’s slot portfolio, substantially expand JetBlue-operated flying at LaGuardia with increased frequencies and new destinations and bring our much-loved experience and low fares to more JetBlue and American customers.”

The airline will continue to operate in the historic Marine Air Terminal (Terminal A) but will also be expanding into LaGuardia’s state-of-the-art Terminal B.

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All Boston flights will operate at the Marine Air Terminal, while flights to and from all other destinations will operate at Terminal B. JetBlue will operate up to 12 daily departures to Boston at the Marine Air Terminal and up to 23 additional daily departures to other destinations from Terminal B. Terminal B is also home to American Airlines and will allow for convenient connections between the airlines within the same terminal.

JetBlue’s split operation at LaGuardia will continue until the airline fully relocates to Terminal B in the future.

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