JetBlue ends service to Daytona Beach International Airport

JetBlue ends service to Daytona Beach International Airport

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — JetBlue Airways has announced it will discontinue service from several markets, including Daytona Beach, the airport said Tuesday.

The airport said JetBlue made the decision as “part of system-wide allocation, spurred by the need to reduce expenses nationwide.”

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JetBlue’s final flight to Daytona Beach International will be January 7, 2019, the airport said.

"The reallocation of service will result in a new JetBlue city in Ecuador, new service between current JetBlue cities, and additional flights on popular routes," JetBlue said in a statement. "To free up aircraft time for the introduction of the new flying, JetBlue will reduce underperforming service."

JetBlue will also discontinue service to two other underperforming airports: St. Croix and Washington Dulles International.

“We look forward to new opportunities ahead and building upon the airport’s record growth we’ve experienced in the past decade,” the airport said in a statement on Facebook.

JetBlue Airways has announced it will be discontinuing service from several markets, including Daytona Beach. The...

Posted by Daytona Beach International Airport on Tuesday, October 9, 2018