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JetBlue Returns to ATL After 13 Years

JetBlue has returned to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) after a 13-year absence with a non-stop route from Boston. The flight is offered five times daily on an Airbus A320.

“As we connect our Boston customers with a top-requested destination, we’re also excited to show Atlanta why JetBlue is a favorite for fliers in the 100 other cities we fly to across the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America,” said Dave Clark, JetBlue’s VP – sales and revenue management.

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UncleDude April 3, 2017

Why BOS surely FLL with lots of connection would be a Better option