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JetBlue Launches Boston Logan Airport Terminal; Initiates New Routes Beginning 2016

Nov 16, 2015 09:06 AM EST

JetBlue is making big improvements to its terminal at the Logan International Airport.  The first part of the renovation will be launched on Monday, Nov.16, and is expected to finish in 2016.

In collaboration with the airport operator, MASSPORT, JetBlue is bringing improvements in terminal C, which is set to come with new range of updated flight information displays, interactive kiosks, and other advances, according to Concord Monitor.

JetBlue's Director of Airport Operations Norbert Strissel and MASSPORT CEO Thomas are expected to grace the opening ceremony on Monday.  A Super Bowl XLIV banner will be displayed on the terminal, which will be raised by Former New England Patriots tight end Jermaine Wiggins.

Meanwhile, at the height of JetBlue's  terminal unveiling at the Logan International Airport, the New York-Based carrier is initiating new flights from Nashville starting May next year.  The airline company will soon be offering non-stop round-trip flights from Nashville International Airport (BNA) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) as well as from BNA and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), Zacks reports.

One way flight for passengers traveling between BNA and BOS get an introductory fare price of $59, while those flying between BNA and FLL will be paying $79 for the one-way ticket. JetBlue's Airbus 320 aircrafts will be flying in those destinations, which are designed with comfortable leather seats and better leg space. As part of the carrier's service to improve their passenger's experience, there will be complimentary DIRECTV channels and Sirius XM Holdings Inc.'s satellite radio service, and free snacks and other refreshments.

Aside from these improvements, JetBlue will be initiating more than 130 flights from Boston airport since it is one of the busiest airports in terms of tourists visiting.  There will be also over 95 flights flying daily from FLL. With JetBlue's plan to develop their carriers and services, it's no question that they are leading in revenues just like Ryanair and Delta Airlines.

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