JetBlue Airways broadcasts Kansas Metropolis Worldwide Airport service
JetBlue launches non-stop service from Kansas City International Airport to Boston-Logan International Airport and New York-JFK International Airport
- JetBlue announces new MCI flights from BOS and JFK
- The JetBlue service can help stimulate recovery and advance the strategy for focused urban growth in the northeast
- The new service will be launched in 2022
JetBlue Airways announced that it intends to serve the Kansas City area with a new non-stop air service from Kansas City International Airport (MCI) to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and New York JFK International Airport (JFK) .
“As more travelers return to heaven, we’ve revisited our route map and identified new places where our award-winning service and low fares can help promote recreation and advance our strategy for the city’s growth in the northeast.” said Andrea Lusso, vice president of network planning, JetBlue. “We can’t wait to introduce the JetBlue brand to new Kansas City customers who will soon benefit from better service and more competition. We look forward to seeing you on board soon. “
“JetBlue’s decision to add Kansas City to its growing network further validates the region’s position as the economic engine in the heart of America,” said Pat Klein, director of the Kansas City aviation division.
“We’re always excited about new airlines, but I’m very excited to have JetBlue as one of our partners at KCI. With new non-stops to New York and Boston, our flying audience in Missouri, Kansas and beyond will have more access to key business and cultural opportunities in the Northeast, more royals wins in the American League East, and JetBlue’s destination network. In 2017, Kansas City, Missouri committed to an improved airport for our entire region. We are proud that the support of our constituents is bearing fruit. Expect more positive announcements as the KCI and the Kansas City government help fuel our reopening and economic recovery. “
Before the pandemic, New York City was the third most popular travel destination in Kansas City, with nearly 700 passengers a day. Before the pandemic, Boston was one of the fastest growing destinations in Kansas City, with more than 250 passengers a day.
JetBlue will operate new routes with a variety of aircraft. The new service will be launched in 2022. Flight schedules and fare information are expected to be published in the coming months.