JetBlue discontinuing service from Dulles
Beginning in January,
JetBlue will no longer offer Washington-area service at Dulles International Airport.
The change means that starting Jan. 8, travelers will have to find other airlines in order to fly to Logan and John F. Kennedy international airports in Boston and New York City. JetBlue had offered up to three daily flights from Dulles to each city.
The elimination of the daily flights is a blow for Dulles, where officials have struggled to increase passenger traffic.
This month, ultra lowcost carrier Primera Air, which offered service to London’s Stansted Airport, declared bankruptcy. The airport had only recently launched service at Dulles.