JetBlue to Launch Service at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
March 31, 2010 Leave a comment
by Kamran Abdi
JetBlue Airways will begin flying out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in November. The airline, which already serves Washington Dulles International Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport plans to initially offer:
- New low fare competition set to begin in November
- Initial schedule of eight daily flights planned
- JetBlue’s third airport in the Baltimore-Washington metro area
JetBlue’s access to Reagan National is part of an agreement with American Airlines announced today and through which JetBlue will also acquire slots for additional daily service at Westchester County Airport in suburban White Plains, N.Y.
The service still requires approval by the Department of Transportation.