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 Beginning Nov. 20, 2013 

JetBlue will add nonstop service between Chicago O'Hare and San Juan, Puerto Rico. The carrier will operate one daily round-trip flight on Airbus A320 jets.

The route will be JetBlue's third from Chicago, adding to the airline's nonstop service to its main hubs at New York JFK and Boston.

Of JetBlue's 14 San Juan routes, ten are to cities on the U.S. mainland: Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford (Conn.), Jacksonville (Fla.), New York JFK, Newark Liberty, Orlando, Tampa, Washington Reagan National and West Palm Beach. JetBlue also flies from San Juan on four intra-Caribbean routes: St. Maarten, Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic), and to the Virgin Island destinations of St. Thomas, and St. Croix.

 


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09/10/2016 3:24am

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