JetBlue to add extra flights to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood for the Super Bowl

JetBlue Airways today announced it is gearing up for the big game by adding flights to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), the airline’s South Florida focus city and just 14 miles from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla. The airline known for the most legroom in coach (a) will also offer an unbeatable onboard entertainment experience for football fans flying throughout the U.S. on game day.

For travelers who can’t make it to the big game, those flying domestically with JetBlue will be able to watch the action with all the comforts of their own living room. (Graphic: Business Wire) 

For travelers who can’t make it to the big game, those flying domestically with JetBlue will be able to watch the action with all the comforts of their own living room. (Graphic: Business Wire)

City of Champions
Between January 30 and February 3, JetBlue will add more than a dozen flights between San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood to help fans from the winning west coast city cheer on their team in South Florida.

In San Francisco, where JetBlue typically operates up to three daily flights to Fort Lauderdale, JetBlue will offer up to five daily flights on peak travel days. Flight schedules have been expanded to ensure travelers arrive in South Florida in time for the big game, with return direction flights offered across a variety of convenient times.

The Big Apple to the Big Game

JetBlue, New York’s Hometown Airline®, is also expanding service to South Florida from the Big Apple. Between January 30 and February 4, the airline has added ten flights to its schedule between New York’s John F. KennedyInternational Airport (JFK) and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood. The result is 2,000 added seats for fans interested in flying to the big game.

A Market Leader in Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood is one of JetBlue’s fast-growing focus cities, serving customers throughout South Florida and offering a fast and convenient alternative for Miami-Dade bound travelers. JetBlue, which is also one of the largest airlines in Fort Lauderdale, serves the South Florida city with over 100 daily flights from more than 50 nonstop destinations across the U.S., Caribbean and Latin America. No matter who fans may be cheering for or where they may visiting from, JetBlue is a top choice for traveling to the big game this year.

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