Source: Houston Airport System
Original Link: http://www.fly2houston.com/0/3920997/0/83280D83283/
JetBlue Announces New Flights from
Hobby Airport to Boston
April 2, 2013
The new service between Hobby Airport and Boston will begin on July 25, 2013.
JetBlue Airways, Boston’s largest airline with more flights than any other carrier at Logan International Airport (BOS), will be adding two daily flights between Boston’s Logan International Airport and Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) starting July 25, 2013.
To celebrate, customers can now book sale fares from $49 one way between Boston and Houston through April 2, 2013 at jetblue.com for travel between September 3 and October 9, 2013.
“Houston welcomes the new nonstop flights between Hobby Airport and Boston this summer,” said Mario C. Diaz, Houston Airport System director. “The growth of JetBlue in the Houston market demonstrates the strength of our local economy.”
“JetBlue is committed to giving its customers more for less, which is particularly true for our new route to Houston, the first regularly scheduled service between these two airports,” said Dennis Corrigan, JetBlue’s vice president of sales and revenue management. “We’re proud to have become Boston’s carrier of choice and the preferred airline for business and leisure travel by providing competitive fares, a better experience and more network relevance.”
JetBlue’s schedule between Boston and Houston:
Route Depart Arrive Frequency
HOU – BOS 10:35 a.m. 3:15 p.m. Daily
HOU – BOS 5:20 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Daily
BOS – HOU 7:00 a.m. 9:57 a.m. Daily
BOS – HOU 1:40 p.m. 4:39 p.m. Daily
As JetBlue flies towards its goal of operating more than 150 daily departures in Boston, it continues to add destinations that are relevant to its customers and Boston’s thriving business community. JetBlue has experienced exponential growth since its Boston launch in 2004, adding an average of five new destinations annually.
Over the past year, the airline launched direct service to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, Charleston, S.C and Grand Cayman in The Cayman Islands. JetBlue now operates more than 100 daily flights to 49 nonstop destinations across the U.S., Caribbean and Mexico and serves approximately 7 million customers at Logan annually.
Customers connecting through Boston on JetBlue from select destinations can also take advantage of convenient onward service to Europe and beyond on JetBlue’s partner airlines Aer Lingus, American Airlines, Icelandair, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and Virgin Atlantic, or to destinations throughout New England with Cape Air.
In addition to its Boston focus city, JetBlue offers service from six other New England airports: Burlington, Vt.; Hartford, Conn.; Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, Mass.; Portland, Maine; and Providence, R.I.