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JetBlue Cutting Routes This Summer



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Thanks to rising fuel prices, JetBlue will reportedly suspend or cut 27 routes this summer.

CBSNews reports the airline will cut two routes permanently: Austin to Cancun and Nashville to Cancun. The remaining routes will be suspended over the summer and are slated to return in the fall. The suspension mainly affects longer flights.

“JetBlue is taking actions to respond to the current fuel environment,” a JetBlue spokesperson told Business Insider. “JetBlue has already reduced our April capacity by 4 percentage points and plans to reduce our May capacity by 6-8 percentage points.”

According to CBSNews, JetBlue is suspending the following flights:

Boston – Key West
Fort Lauderdale – Cartagena
Fort Lauderdale – Chicago (O’Hare)
Fort Lauderdale – Cleveland
Fort Lauderdale – Grand Cayman
Fort Lauderdale – Portland, Oregon
Fort Lauderdale – Port of Spain
Fort Lauderdale – Providenciales
Fort Lauderdale – Seattle
Fort Lauderdale – St. Maarten
Hartford – Las Vegas
Hartford – San Francisco
New York (JFK) – Key West
Los Angeles – Austin
Los Angeles – Raleigh Durham
Los Angeles – San Jose
Los Angeles – West Palm Beach
Newark – Atlanta
Newark – Austin
Newark – Charleston
Newark – Jacksonville
Newark – Las Vegas
Newark – Phoenix
Newark – Raleigh Durham
Newark – San Diego