JetBlue: Florida connects to Mexico CityBy Dania Vargas Austryjak
New U.S.-Mexico Connection.
Guess what travel lovers? Starting October 1st, JetBlue will launch a new flight route from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Orlando directly to Mexico City. The best part? The introductory fare will be starting from US $99 one way. So what are you waiting for? Travel to Mexico directly from Florida! Just hop onto the Airbus A320 and in three and a half hours approximately you’ll be in Mexican territory.
The new route from Florida to Mexico City is the company’s second to Mexico, among the 88 countries it serves.
“We can’t wait to inspire humanity in Mexico City with our award-winning customer experience that has wowed the rest of the region,” stated Dave Clark, JetBlue's Vice President of Network Planning. “At the same time, we are proud to continue enhancing our already growing presence in Florida.”
This new route opens up an opportunity both ways as it allows United States citizens to visit their neighboring country, and gives Mexicans the option to visit the world famous amusement parks of Orlando, along with its many beaches. Users will of course also be able to take connecting flights to the many destinations JetBlue serves, including New York, Boston and Nassau.
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