A JetBlue flight from Florida to Boston made an emergency landing after an emergency evacuation slide deployed into the cabin.
With The Veteran’s Day weekend over, and Thanksgiving travel coming up, new JetBlue flights from The Worcester Airport are off to a promising start.
The popular discount airline started offering daily service Thursday from the regional airport to Fort Lauderdale and Orlando, Florida.
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Allegiant will begin service on October 25 at Pease International Airport in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and two weeks later, on November 7, JetBlue will inaugurate flights from the Worcester Airport.
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On May 23rd, JetBlue started flights to its 78th destination from Boston.
According to JetBlue’s website, initial flights from Worcester will go to Austin, Texas, Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando, Florida, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
JetBlue is headed to Worcester Regional Airport.