Posts in category JetBlue

Worcester to NYC could literally be e...

There is a company called Zunum Aero, which is developing hybrid-electric jets for flights under 1,000 miles to replace the gas guzzlers shuttle routes like Boston (or Worcester) to NYC and DC.   Zunum Aero plans to reinvent regional air travel with tiny #electric jets https://t.co/WgwDtoKW0u — RypeBytes (@RypeBytes) April 9, 2017 Gues [...]

JetBlue Norbert Strissel in Boston, f...

If you want to really know what is going on with JetBlue, follow him.  He is the director/manager for JetBlue at Logan.   You get to see all the need things JetBlue are adding and doing there.   As they keep expanding there, we can only catch the overflow when CAT III is up and running.   Robin making the T in Boston today at the new A3 [...]

JetBlue expands Mint Routes

For the first time, JetBlue is now offering Mint seats out-for-sale on the following new and expanded routes: New York (JFK) and Las Vegas (LAS) New York (JFK) and San Diego (SAN) Boston (BOS) and San Diego (SAN) In addition to the new Mint routes, JetBlue will expand Mint service between Boston and Los Angeles. JetBlue will also continue t [...]

JetBlue begins service to Atlanta out...

The more service going to Boston the better of more flights coming to Boston   JetBlue back in Atlanta after absence of more than 13 years; but spat w/airport may nix growth https://t.co/YANtnYLQW3 – pic.twitter.com/6z0qF8f0Sy — Ben Mutzabaugh (@TodayInTheSky) March 30, 2017 Atlanta here we come!! @JetBlue Flight 397 is on its w [...]

Why is CAT III so important??

Why do we need CAT III so bad?? Today MCO could land, but FLL could not.. — Worcester Airport (@FlyOrh) March 28, 2017 Why do we need CAT III so bad?? Yesterday FLL landed in fog, but MCO could not — Worcester Airport (@FlyOrh) March 28, 2017

JetBlue, the Airbus A321 LR and Europ...

  Right now JetBlue is reviewing their fleet and making decisions on which planes to fly, and not fly.    Recently we wrote here how the Embraer 190 (100 seats), which services ORH, days may be numbered.   The cost of maintaining these planes has simply been more then JetBlue ever expected.   In other words they break down too much, whic [...]

JetBlue not happy with the E-190 and ...

JetBlue not happy with the E-190 and JetBlue to Europe??
Currently JetBlue Fleet contains three different types of plans in their fleet: 162 seat Airbus 320 150 seat Airbus 320 100 seat Embraer 190 Out of Worcester we have the 100 seat Embraer 190, although once in a while we do get the Airbus.    Bottom line is that JetBlue has not been happy with the performance and return from the Embraer, cli [...]

As Logan sets records, Worcester Airp...

As Logan sets records, Worcester Airport almost ready to soar
As printed in the Worcester Sun   Recently, there have been a couple very interesting stories coming out of Logan International, that “other” airport owned by Massport. Bill Randell Thomas Glynn, CEO of Massport, announced last Wednesday that Logan had reached 36 million passengers passing through the gates in 2016. This is not only a [...]

Predictions for ORH commercial servic...

Peak season for ORH (Worcester Regional Airport) is the winter time starting in December.  If JetBlue, or anyone else, wanted to start a new route out of ORH, they would not want to miss peak season.    Considering it takes at least 60 days to get a new flight up and running with tickets, etc, we would need an announcement by October 1st.   A [...]

JetBlue American Express card changin...

Did you get the JetBlue American Express card to rack up points like me?? Just checked my JetBlue TrueBlue account and I am up to 51,777 points!! Here are some things you need to know:   The last day you can use your JetBlue American Express card is March 20, 2016. March 21, 2016, you need to start using your new Barclay’s Jet [...]