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JetBlue Flights in January

JetBlue Flights in January

  1. Anonymous

    About two weeks ago, I priced out some flights with JetBlue for a trip in January. Yesterday, I went in to price them out again and plan on booking only to find not only are they not there, but I’m having finding many flights for JetBlue during the month of January. I’ve tried all kinds of combinations (including direct flights between cities), even those unrelated to the itinerary I want and I’m coming up with almost no flights for JetBlue for the entire month.
    Did something change for them? I would prefer to fly with them, at least one-way, for this particular trip, but I can’t understand why I went from daily availability to literally nothing for the month.
    Thank you to everyone for the help.

  2. rickyw

    They could have adjusted their schedule? What route were you searching?

    I wouldn’t be surprised to see airlines trim down their schedules in January, since that is after the holidays and it may be a rough winter for the airlines due to a covid surge

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