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To match demand trends, JetBlue is going to add new domestic routes this summer and intends to operate more than half of its typical capacity this summer.
The coronavirus pandemic corrected our 2020 vacation plans and transformed airline route maps. But the situation is slowly getting better and leisure travelers are returning to the airports. These small signs of recovery help airlines to bring back into service some old and new routes. Thus, JetBlue will add 30 new routes tailored to leisure travelers who want to visit relatives and friends.
The new routes will come from JetBlue's focus cities and Florida between July and October 2020. Routes between Newark, New Jersey, and Los Angeles and San Francisco will also include JetBlue's premium passenger experience - Mint service.
Plus, in early July, JetBlue is restoring temporarily closed seasonal destinations, such as Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, Massachusetts; Providence, Rhode Island; and Aguadilla and Ponce in Puerto Rico.
In addition to new routes, JetBlue introduced a new way to redeem TrueBlue points: Cash + Points. The new redemption allows members of the TrueBlue loyalty program to pay for flights with points and cash, starting at 500 points. Cash + Points can be used to purchase a Blue, Blue Points, or Blue Extra fare (including Mint seat). The only fares that are not eligible for Cash + Points are Blue Basic fares.