JetBlue announced its new service to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, debuted Saturday with the arrival of the inaugural flight from Florida.
The airline will offer nonstop winter seasonal service to Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Colorado from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, Logan International Airport in Boston and Long Beach Airport in California.
With the addition of the new flights, JetBlue is now the only airline to offer nonstop service from both New England and South Florida to Steamboat Springs. Twice-weekly Boston and Long Beach service operates Wednesdays and Saturdays, with Fort Lauderdale service operating weekly on Saturdays.
“This winter JetBlue is pairing our award-winning service with the famed champagne powder of Steamboat,” JetBlue director Andrea Lusso said in a statement. “And with three new nonstop routes to some of the best skiing in the western U.S., Steamboat Springs has never been so close to travelers across our network.”
The flights to Steamboat Springs will be operated with JetBlue’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft, which offers the most legroom in coach; free Fly-Fi internet service; complimentary and unlimited snacks and soft drinks; free DIRECTV programming; and over 100 channels of SiriusXM radio at every seat.
Travelers heading to Colorado will be able to enjoy the winter luxuries in the historic Steamboat Springs, including elite ski resorts, geothermal hot springs, friendly locals and more.
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