JetBlue Expands Use of Airbus A220 From New York & Boston

JetBlue Expands Use of Airbus A220 From New York & Boston
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JetBlue looks to expand the use of it’s Airbus A220 aircraft from its operations in New York & Boston, as more units of the type get delivered by November this year.

This will include the return of the aircraft type on routes previously served, as well as new ones in their entirety.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

JetBlue Expands Use of Airbus A220 From New York & Boston…

JetBlue Expands Use of Airbus A220 From New York & Boston
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From Boston, the Airbus A220 with JetBlue will be used on routes such as Baltimore, Montego Bay, Philadelphia and Washington Reagan.

New York is where most of the focus for this aircraft type will be, which will see the following services operated from it’s base in JFK and LaGuardia:

  • Buffalo
  • Ontario
  • Phoenix
  • Rochester
  • Syracuse
  • West Palm Beach (From LaGuardia).

From Boston, the Baltimore service did used to be serviced by the A220, but this was changed in February 2023.

As for the Philadelphia route, the same applies but this was as far back as December 2022 since this happened.

For the services into New York JFK & LaGuardia, these all seem to be new alterations. Of course, this is all subject to change in due time.

As per data from, JetBlue currently has 24 Airbus A220-300s in their fleet, of which 21 are in service and three currently parked, holding an average fleet age of 1.4 years.

All eyes will be on how these equipment alterations will perform going into the future.

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