WORCESTER (CBS) – JetBlue is going to expand its service out of Worcester with flights to New York City.
In an event at the Worcester Regional Airport Tuesday morning, the airline revealed it will soon have a daily non-stop flight to John F. Kennedy International Airport, once Massport installs a new instrument landing system.
That will likely be completed late this year or early next year.
The $30 million project will allow planes to land in Worcester in low visibility weather conditions, according to Massport.
JetBlue has been flying out of Worcester since in 2013.
It has daily trips to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale airports in Florida.