The last day of the airline’s service in Long Beach will be Oct. 6.
>>JetBlue will end service at the Long Beach Airport as part of a move to consolidate its routes in the Los Angeles region, the company announced Thursday, July 9.
The last day of the airline’s service in Long Beach will be Oct. 6. Many of the routes JetBlue offered in Long Beach will go to the Los Angeles International Airport. The airline will, however, maintain its service at the Hollywood Burbank Airport, the Ontario International Airport, the San Diego International Airport and the Palm Springs International Airport.<<
>>JetBlue currently holds 17 flight slots at the Long Beach Airport. Guidry said she expects “strong interest in the slots as they become available.”
Southwest Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Hawaiian Airlines have all recently expressed a desire to obtain more flight slots at the Long Beach Airport.<<