JetBlue Airlines Comes to Cleveland, Offers $19 Tickets to Boston

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Airport officials announced yesterday that JetBlue Airlines will soon land at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, offering service from Cleveland to Boston.

Beginning April 30, JetBlue, which bills itself as one of the comfiest airlines operating today, will provide non-stop flights to Boston Logan International Airport twice daily.



To jumpstart ticket sales, the airline is offering one-way tickets to Boston for just $19.51. The sale applies to flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays between April 30 and June 18, and tickets must be purchased before midnight tonight (Dec. 10). Naturally, taxes and fees apply.


JetBlue is one of two new airlines slated to land in Cleveland in 2015. Spirit Airlines, the no frills carrier, also comes to Cleveland next year.


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